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5 sexiest holiday snaps from WAGs this summer - from Icardi's bombshell to Messi's wife

glamorous WAGs at some of the most expensive destinations around. Indeed, the famous players have been spending their hard-earned cash on taking their doting wives and girlfriends to exotic places to lap up the sun and relax.Social media has played a big part in allowing fans what seems like 24-hour access into the lives of the footballers - and the WAGs have made good use of this, uploading saucy snap after saucy snap online for that rich engagement.

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