Mauro Icardi separates from wife-manager Wanda Nara?

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Mauro Icardi separates from wife-manager Wanda Nara?

PSG soccer star Mauro Icardi and his wife-manager Wanda Nara are going to separate? This was revealed by a story on Instagram published by the woman, who allegedly wrote "Another family you ruined for being a zorra (in English it means w**re)!" It would seem from rumors in fact that the Argentine striker has cheated on his wife with the Argentinian showgirl.

According to the Buenos Aires daily Clarin, the woman in question should be the star of Argentine TV El Nueve, Maria Eugenia Suarez. Wanda Nara followed Suarez on Instagram up to 7 hours before her story on social media. Suarez is famous in Argentina for having already caused the separation of actor Benjamin Vicuña from her then partner in 2015.

Wanda Nara deleted all her posts with Mauro from her Instagram, leaving only those with her children. In addition, Wanda, who is also her husband's agent, suddenly stopped following Mauro's Instagram. According to Mundo Famosos Nara would have confirmed her immediate separation from her husband, also according to the journalist Ker Weinstein who on her Instagram profile said that Wanda wrote to her: "I have separated."

Married to Mauro since May 2014, Wanda became his agent, negotiating his move to Paris for 50 million plus an 8 million bonus to Inter, and 12 million gross per season for the center forward.

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