There is no peace between Mauro Icardi and Wanda Nara, after the divorce she announced (and carried out), which was never accepted by him. The former Inter striker – now on a rental basis at Galatasaray from PSG – wanted joint custody of his two daughters, Francesca and Isabella; on the other hand, Wanda decided to live in Argentina, which of course Icardi didn’t like. So the striker decided to contact his lawyers.
The journalist Diego Estevez revealed the latest background: «If he is not joint, he will be without you. That’s what Mauro Icardi thinks and that’s why he would ask for custody of his two daughters. He would like to take them to Turkey to live with him. At least in joint custody, but he would not accept their transfer to Argentina. So Icardi would have determined before Wanda Nara’s decision to return to her homeland. A reconciliation that Mauro Icardi once considered feasible is definitely further away today,” he said during the program. Al Tarde.
And as Totti and Ilary argued over bags and Rolexes, here the relationship became tense when Icardi cut off the jet for his ex-wife, perhaps the same one he immortalized himself with on Instagram, with the accompanying phrase “Return to Istanbul”. The “cut” of the jet did not please Wanda Nara, who was in Punta del Este, Uruguay, and went on a rampage. But that is not everything. The ex-wife was very embarrassed when she discovered that her credit card was blocked. “Mauro turned off the taps and she didn’t really like his behavior,” Diego Estevez concluded. At the moment, Icardi and Wanda have not yet arranged visits and meals for Francesca and Isabella, but they will have to do it as soon as possible if they plan to live on two different continents.
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