Mauro Icardi
Mauro Icardi has attracted interest from Arsenal and Tottenham after impressing in the last two seasons with Inter MilanGetty

Mauro Icardi is keen to remain with Inter Milan, but his wife and agent Wanda Nara has confirmed interest from Arsenal and Tottenham Hotspur for the striker among other clubs. The Argentine is said to be keen to remain at the Italian club, but his representative has accused the club of talking to interested suitors despite stating their interest to keep him at the San Siro.

Arsene Wenger is in the market for a striker and has been linked with Icardi prior to this summer's transfer window. The Frenchman has made it clear that he will bring in a new frontman this summer with the club linked with moves for Alvaro Morata and Alexandre Lacazette in recent weeks.

The former is set to reportedly remain with Real Madrid after the Spanish club exercised their buyback clause to purchase him from Juventus, while the latter's high valuation by current employers Lyon is keeping interested clubs at bay.

Gonzalo Higuain has also been heavily linked with a switch to the Emirates Stadium, but Wenger will have to break the bank to land the Napoli forward, who has a €94m (£79m, $104m) release clause. Olivier Giroud was said to have been included as part of the deal, but his agent has quashed the possibility of a player-plus-cash deal at the moment.

The Argentine striker's compatriot, however, has been in fine form for Inter in the last couple of seasons and will be available for a much lower fee. But he is unlikely to leave after his agent admitted that they are ready to renew his contract, which still has three more years. Nara has accused the club of going back on their promise and made it clear that there are no talks being held with other clubs despite the interest.

"We want to stay in Milan. People say I am a mercenary, but I am not. [Inter] have to say the truth. They can't say Icardi is not for sale and then talk to other clubs," Icardi's agent said, as quoted by the London Evening Standard.

"I've asked for a renewal because the club had promised me a renewal. Last year we accepted their conditions, which mean a lower salary, the sale of the 50% of Mauro's economic rights and there is no release clause on his contract. They have to keep their promises."

"There are many offers, but I do not negotiate with other clubs. I only talk about Mauro's contract, that's my role, not doing negotiations. Atletico Madrid, Tottenham and Arsenal have made contact. Napoli and Roma are also interested now," she explained.