Inter striker Mauro Icardi is attracting interest from “important teams”, with Manchester United and Real Madrid reportedly among his many suitors.
The Argentina international has remained a model of consistency for inconsistent Inter this season, with 18 goals netted in 24 appearances.
That contribution, which now has him just four efforts short of 100 for the Nerazzurri, has sparked interest from leading sides across Europe, with the 25-year-old considered to be a shrewd addition for the present and future.
Icardi’s wife and agent, Wanda Nara, has now revealed that interest is being stepped up, while also telling Corriere dello Sport that she will not be relinquishing control of her husband’s career to the likes of Mino Raiola.
She said: “In the last period, a couple of important teams have revealed that they want Mauro.
“I’m taking care of his future, I have to listen to them, evaluate the offers and the situation. Names? No names.
“I have been dealing with Mauro’s contracts for over three years and we have already signed two renewals with Inter.
He is happy with how I work and has never thought about changing representation.”