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Icardi Hasta Dejó De Seguir A Messi En Instagram Para Tratar De Recuperar El Amor De Wanda

Mauro Icardi no se da por vencido. Luego de verse involucrado en rumores de una supuesta infidelidad, el jugador del PSG por estos días ha dejado el fútbol completamente de lado para tratar de reconciliarse con su esposa y agente, Wanda Nara. 

Es tan grande el deseo de recuperar su amor, que en una movida para demostrar que ella es lo único que le importa, Icardi dejó de seguir a todo el mundo en Instagram, incluyendo su familia, sus amigos, su club, sus compañeros y hasta a Lionel Messi. ¿La única excepción? Por supuesto, Wanda y nada más que Wanda.

Tyler Adams Owes Jesse Marsch And All Of America An Apology

If European football wasn’t as familiar with American manager Jesse Marsch as it should’ve been, it sure as hell is now. On Tuesday, the RB Leipzig boss masterminded a stirring performance at the Parc des Princes that had the German side deservedly ahead 2-1 with just over 20 minutes to play. 

But a terrible mistake from American midfielder Tyler Adams allowed Lionel Messi to equalize before a rash challenge in the area gifted PSG another from the spot.   

Jesse Marsch Jokes About Using 7-Man Backline Vs. PSG, But Maybe He’s Not Joking

Jesse Marsch’s first season as RB Leipzig manager was always going to be full of growing pains. He had impossibly large shoes to fill in replacing Julian Nagelsmann — who led Leipzig to the 2020 Champions League semifinals, becoming the youngest-ever coach to reach that stage — and Marsch inherited a side in transition with Dayot Upamecano and Marcel Sabitzer following Nagelsmann to Bayern Munich while Ibrahima Konaté signed with Liverpool.

Wedded PSG Players Beware, Mauro Icardi Is Single And Ready To Mingle

The greatest love story in football — is it David Beckham and Posh Spice? Too tired. Lionel Messi and Antonela Roccuzzo? Too cookie-cutter. Cristiano Ronaldo and Georgina Rodríguez? That’s a Peloton ad. 

No, nothing comes close to Mauro Icardi, Wanda Nara and whoever is completing the messy love triangle at this particular moment in time.

Wanda Nara Dice Que Se Separó De Mauro Icardi; El Futbolista Busca La Reconciliación

La relación amorosa más mediática y emblemática en el mundo del fútbol durante la última década parece estar en crisis. En una serie de enigmáticos mensajes y comportamientos en redes sociales, Wanda Nara habría dado a entender durante este fin de semana su quiebre con Mauro Icardi, delantero del PSG francés. El jugador, por su parte, busca la reconciliación.

Nara, vale recordar, es o era también la agente del futbolista.

Pochettino Leaps To Neymar’s Defense After Brazilian Hints At Early Retirement

Paris Saint-Germain manager Mauricio Pochettino is confident that Neymar will play for many more years after the Brazil forward this week said that the next World Cup could be his last.

Neymar, 29, said Qatar 2022 could be his final appearance at the tournament because he was not sure if had the "strength of mind to deal with football anymore.”

Club Over Country? Donnarumma Gets The Cold Shoulder In His Return To The San Siro

Less than two months ago Gianluigi Donnarumma was an Italian hero. His save on Bukayo Saka's decisive penalty kick during the Euro 2020 final clinched a shootout victory for gli Azzurri and gave Italy its first European Championship since 1968.

Yet three days later he was out the door. After months of failed contract negotiations between Donnarumma and AC Milan, the 22-year-old keeper and his exorbitant wage demands headed to PSG on a five-year deal.

Kylian Mbappé Opens Up On Calling Neymar A Bum, Real Madrid Rumors And More

PARIS — France striker Kylian Mbappe on Tuesday fell short of saying he would leave Paris Saint-Germain when his contract expires at the end of the season.

The 22-year-old told the Ligue 1 club he wanted to join Real Madrid during the close season, only for PSG to turn down the Spanish club's offers.

How To Watch Women’s Champions League Without Spending A Dime

The UEFA Women’s Champions League will for the first time feature a 16-team group stage this year, eschewing the old format of jumping right to a 32-team knockout tournament. With some mouthwatering matchups across four groups of four, here’s everything you need to know about how to watch Women's Champions League matches in the U.S. from the group stage forward. 

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