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Wanda Nara has appeared to put Paris Saint-Germain loanee Mauro Icardi on somewhat of a ‘social media trial’ after posting a series of cryptic messages.

Nara, who once represented Icardi as his agent, accused the on-loan Galatasaray striker of cheating on her amid an alleged affair with Argentine model and actor China Suarez.

According to Marca, Nara recently ‘lashed out’ at Icardi on her Instagram account and didn’t hold back with her ‘social media-themed trial’ for the Argentine striker.

The Argentine model, TV personality and football agent decided to list ‘one by one all [of] Icardi’s mistakes,’ as well as positive things he has done in ‘his attempt for reconciliation.’

Nara wrote on Instagram: “One day he surprises me and moves forward, the other day does something and subtracts, when will there be a little bit of balance?”

The mum-of-five took to her Instagram Stories and shared five separate polls for her whopping 15.5m followers to cast their votes.

Two of the cryptic polls that Mauro Icardi’s former wife, Wanda Nara, shared on her Instagram Stories. Credit: Wanda Nara/InstagramThe Spanish newspaper reported that the Instagram polls allowed users to decide whether Icardi “moves forward” or if he “subtracts.”

One of the posts said the following: “He tattoos your name.”

While another post reads: “Posts personal matters on Instagram.”

While Nara didn’t mention Icardi by name, it appeared the former Argentina international was her target of choice the more the posts carried on.

In fact, her third post referred to the fact she was invited to a paradisiacal beach, with Nara and Icardi pictured together in the Maldives in November.

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Marca claims the Argentine bombshell made her final post the ‘most enigmatic one’ amid accusations that Icardi cheated on her.

Nara asked her legion of followers if it was ‘right or wrong that he uploaded a photo with her with a romantic message and left.’

It is believed that Nara also teased if it was right or wrong that she found “suspicious messages.”