Sneijder wants Inter stay

Wesley Sneijder has reiterated his desire to see out his contract at Inter. Despite the media linking him with a move away from the Giuseppe Meazza the Dutchman has held firm about his want to stay with the Nerazzurri.
This is not the first time that Sneijder whose contract runs out in 2015 has has spoken of his love for Inter and Italy as well. The most recent transcript sees him explain that he would only leave the club if he was forced out.
In Italy’s version of Vanity Fair magazine, Sneijder said: “I would like to remain at Inter. I have marvellous team-mates. Zanetti has an extraordinary character, he has kept us together even at times when the morale was low.
“My wife Yolanthe and I love Inter, the Italian fans and Italy. Of course, if the club decided to sell me, I will go wherever they tell me to go. But I would be disappointed to leave.
“We have felt so good here that I would miss the city of Milan and Inter. But football is like that. When I was sold from Real Madrid to Inter, I would have preferred to have remained in Spain. Whatever will be, will be.”

Inter have also repeated that they have no desire to sell the player who has been linked with a €35 million move to either Manchester United or Malaga and even rumours of an interest from Chelsea. Welcome Bonus Offer Betway

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