MAURO ICARDI has spoken out regarding his future after his wife hinted he could soon be on the way to England.
Chelsea have been heavily linked with the Argentinian for a number of years but a move has always failed to materialise.
Icardi is facing an uncertain future at Inter Milan after his wife and agent Wanda Nara this week hinted the star could leave the San Siro.
Nara even suggested a move to the Premier League was an option, which pricked the ears of Chelsea fans across the country.
“We have a very good relationship with the two biggest clubs in Spain who are very interested in Mauro, as well as one in France and one in England,” she told AS.
But Icardi has now spoken for himself, insisting his wife was right when she said no contract would be signed with Inter until a concrete offer has been made.
“I want to clarify things to all the fans who read pseudo journalists and “serious” newspapers, who write without knowing or who give instructions to write things without having a real idea of the facts,” he wrote on Instagram.
“My [contract] renewal will arrive when Inter submit a correct and concrete offer to me.
“Only then can we talk of the renewal with any truth and elude the gratuitous lies that are being spread around today.”
Icardi also dismissed claims in Italian media that he was about to stop using his wife as his agent.
“Bulls**t,” he said in a separate Instagram post.
“Where do these words come from?
“I’m very, very happy and satisfied with the work we have done together until now.
“Wanda Nara will always take care of my and our interests until the end of our careers.”
Nara gave a long interview on Wednesday revealing her husband had offers from a number of European clubs.
“Icardi’s renewal with Inter is a long way off as things stand today,” she told AS.
“There are very important clubs that are interested in signing Mauro and we are very far from reaching an agreement [with Inter].
“The figures that are being talked about in Italy about his contract renewal are not accurate.
“So far, we have not received a satisfactory offer from Inter.
“It is not logical for Mauro to renew on the same salary that he receives now.
“We believe that Mauro is at a superior level.
“We have a very good relationship with the two biggest clubs in Spain who are very interested in Mauro, as well as one in France and one in England.”