Inter could spend Sneijder money on Tevez

The Wesley Sneijder saga continues to roll on and it appears that Inter are making plans for life without the Dutch playmaker.
Corriere Dello Sport speculate that Inter owner Massimo Morratti would use any transfer fee from the sale of Sneijder to sign Manchester City’s wantaway striker Carlos Tevez.
For the second time in twelve months the Argentine has expressed his desire to leave England and the Italian media outlet indicates that Inter have already reached agreement, in principle, with City for the transfer.
But there are many variables to this transfer merry-go-round. Firstly Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson, a long time admirer of Sneijder, said earlier this week that ‘there was no real interest in signing him at this time’.
Of course, this could be Ferguson, a master of using the press to his advantage, trying to ascertain what the reaction in Italy would be to such comments.
And if the Nerazzurri did sell Sneijder then their target Tevez, who is thought to welcome a move back to South America so he can be closer to his family, has already been subject to a bid from his former side Corinthians.
In addition to this, Manchester City will look to secure a deal to sign Atletico Madrid forward Sergio Aguero who expressed his interest in playing for the Sky Blues before they would allow their star asset to leave Eastlands. Welcome Bonus Offer Betway

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