Mauro Icardi

by Binor 25 Jan,2018
Mauro Icardi
Personal Info
Facts
  • Birth Name Mauro Emanuel Icardi
  • Birth Place Rosario, Argentina
  • Famous Name Mauro Icardi
  • Father Juan Icardi
  • Mother Analia Icardi
  • Net Worth $11 million
  • Salary $4.1 million
  • Nationality Argentine
  • Ethnicity White Ethnicity
  • Currently Married Yes
  • Married to Wanda Nara
  • Children two

Mauro Icardi is an Argentine professional football player who currently plays as a striker for Italian club Internazionale and the Argentina national team. He serves as captain for the Serie A club Internazionale. Being aged only 24, he is also admired as one of the youngest successful captains in football.

Various sources have listed him as one of the hatred players in football, even the club fans hate him. He has been involved in several controversies like being attacked by own fans, protests by his fans, and many others. Let his fans hate him, that doesn't stop him, he can't stop scoring; he is currently Serie A top goal scorer.

Mauro Icardis's Early Life

Mauro Icardi was born as Mauro Emanuel Icardi on 19 February 1993, to Argentine parents, Analia Rivero and Juan Icardi. He was born and raised in Rosario, Argentina along with his sister, Ivana Icardi, and brother, Guido Icardi.

He moved to Spain's Canary Islands along with his family when he was 9. Talking about his nationality, he is an Argentine citizen and belongs to Latin ethnicity. He joined the youth academy of Barcelona in his early days.

Mauro Icardi's Net Worth and Endorsements

Mauro Icardi has an estimated net worth of $11 million in 2018, including all of his properties and incomes. He is currently receiving an annual salary of $4.1 million from his present club. Hets paid around £135,000 as a weekly wage. 

Icardi also has a house in Argentina. He is also very fond of cars and owns various expensive ones including Hummer, Lamborghini Aventador, Bentley, and Rolls Royce etc.

Apart from his earnings from football, he too has linked with endorsing brands like Nike, New Balance, and others.

Club Career of Mauro Icardi

Sampdoria

Sampdoria confirmed Icardi had signed a season-long deal with the club on 11 January 2011. After a successful season with the club, the forward extended the deal for three more years with the club in 2012 and is the joint-third top scorer of the league. He made his first-team debut, against Juve Stabia on 12 May 2012 and scored a winning goal. His only season with the club ended up with a total of 33 appearances and 11 goals.

Internazionale

Icardi further made his move to the league's fellow club Internazionale in April 2013 and made his unofficial debut a day against Trentino Select XI. His official club debut came on 25 August 2013, against Genoa and scored his first goal for the club against Juventus on 14 November. It was announced that Icardi will be the new captain of Inter, replacing Andrea Ranocchia who lost his status after a poor, before the starting of 2015–16 season. He still plays for the club.

International Career

Mauro Icardi has represented his national team, Argentina in several tournaments at both in junior and senior levels. Icardi made his senior international debut on 15 October 2013, against Uruguay. He has won 4 caps for his national side. He is a good friend of his international mates, Di Maria, Sergio Aguero, and Paulo Dybala.

Mauro Icardi's Personal Life

Talking about his personal life, Mauro Icardi is a married man. He tied his knot with his long-term girlfriend Wanda Nara, an Argentine Tv personality. Nara is the former wife of Icardi's former Sampdoria teammate Maxi Lopez. The couple split after her relationship with Icardi was exposed. Shortly after her divorce with Maxi Lopez, the couple tied their knots on 27 May 2014, at a small ceremony in Buenos Aires, Argentina. The couple together have 2 daughters, Francesca, born on 19 January 2015 and Isabella, born on 27 October 2016

The disreputable nature of the marriage has brought a lot of dislikes towards Icardi in Argentina and has been heavily criticized by people like retired star Diego Maradona, being dropped from the national team an being hated by his own club supporters.

 

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