Wanda Nara: I’ll keep saying what I think

MILAN, ITALY - JANUARY 11: Wanda Nara looks on before the Serie A match between FC Internazionale Milano and Genoa CFC at Stadio Giuseppe Meazza on January 11, 2015 in Milan, Italy. (Photo by Valerio Pennicino/Getty Images)

Wanda Nara has vowed to keep expressing herself when needed after receiving an award that celebrates freedom of speech and expression.

Wanda received the Socrates Award in Milan on Tuesday for her multi-faceted role as a football pundit, agent, model and showgirl.

Wanda has been heavily criticised for her role in Mauro Icardi’s saga with rumours of a possible exit circulating in the Italian press.

In a quote cited on Football Italia, She revealed her challenges in the job: “I’ll keep saying what I think,” she said.

“I know the world of football is a bit difficult for a woman, but I’ll keep saying the things I think, which obviously people can agree with or not.”

Wanda opened about his family relationship and revealed she would like her two daughters to emulate her role in the game.

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“I’m a mother of five children, two of them girls, and I hope my little girls find a man like my husband, who defends me despite being so young.

“We don’t always agree with everything, but he listens to me. I’ve worked since I was a child.

“A woman must always be a woman, she must work and be independent. That’s what I want for my little ones.”

Icardi is likely to miss Inter’s upcoming fixtures against Eintracht Frankfurt and the Milan derby.

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