Inter Milan are rejecting the rumors that their player, Wesley Sneider, could go to Manchester United. News have been running about a possible deal to be sealed this week for a sum around 35 million pounds.
To confirm the affirmations, Inter’s coach, Gian Piero Gasperini, expects Sneijder to play in the Italian Super Cup at the end of this week. He said:”He’s playing for us, training with us and he’ll play on Saturday. There is no Sneijder problem.”
These speculations of a move of the Dutch to England kept on going even after Manchester United’s manager, Alex Ferguson, also denied a contact between English team and Inter’s player.
Despite that everyone denies any suspicious move, the only one open to the idea seems to be Sneijder itself: “Maybe. I have played in many big competitions in Holland, Spain and Italy and I’m still here. What is going to happen we will see but I am a happy guy. There is always a chance something will happen but we will see.”
In any case, this could turn only in good for Wesley Sneijder, because we are talking about England’s champions, Manchester United. For now he must be concentrated for the Saturday game and time will tell what will happen in the future.