Real Madrid will not do any dealings moving forward with the agent of Inter Milan striker Mauro Icardi, according to a report.
Numerous reports over the January transfer window saw Madrid linked with a move for Icardi, with some reports claiming the Argentine striker had agreed a contract and undergone a medical at the Santiago Bernabeu.
The Serie A club offered a new deal to Icardi in January, which was rejected, leaving the Italian club to question the future of their leading goal-scorer.
However, his future now seems to be set on remaining in Italy, after a report in Diario Madridista claimed that a move is now off with Madrid officials refusing to do business with Wanda Nara, who has been blacklisted by Los Blancos.
The report adds that a move would only happen if dealings did not involved Nara, but that is unlikely given she is the wife of the Argentine striker and agent.
Icardi, who is in his fifth season with the Serie A club; has scored 22 goals in 26 appearances in all competitions.
His goals this season have helped the Milan based side to a current fifth place, but a potential exit could see them lose their prized asset.