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Manager speaks out after agent confirms Arsenal want to sign international striker


Internazionale manager Roberto Mancini says he is not concerned by recent rumours linking Mauro Icardi with a move to Arsenal, Atletico Madrid or Tottenham Hotspur.

The striker's wife and agent Wanda Nara declared that a number of top European clubs have made an approach to understand if the player is for sale.

But Mancini insists that he only cares about how the Argentinean plays and that he scores goals.

"All I can say is that he's working really hard in training – other stuff doesn't matter to me," Mancini told Inter's official website.

"What I care about is that he plays and scores lots of goals, that's all.

"I'm the coach and it's my job to work with the players I have available to me. We've been working well up to now and all the lads have been putting in lots of effort.

"I'm waiting for our internationals to return. They'll train here with the 'Primavera' then we'll all meet up in early August."

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