Mauro Icardi’s Inter future has been thrown into doubt after wife and agent Wanda Nara confirmed the two sides aren’t close to agreeing on a new contract.
The two parties have been working on a new deal for several months now, with the Argentine’s representatives said to be asking for €9 million a season.
Inter have only offered €7m so far, and as a result Nara made it clear an agreement isn’t on the horizon.
“We’re far from reaching an agreement,” she told AS. “The figures being talked about in Italy aren’t true and we haven’t received a satisfactory proposal from Inter yet.
“I won’t deny that we can reach an agreement, but right now we’re very far apart. It’s not logical to renew Mauro’s contract for the amount he currently earns.
“We believe Mauro is worth more than that. There are some very important clubs interested in signing him.
“For example, there are the two biggest clubs in Spain, with whom we have excellent relationships, plus an English team and a French one.”