Monday, 8th August, 2011

Inter midfielder Wesley Sneijder, who has been linked with moves to Manchester City and Manchester United this summer, has admitted the Italian club are looking to cash in on him.

While neither City or United are thought to have made concrete bids, the English pair have learned how much the Dutchman would require in personal terms and have been put off by a package which would total over £200,000 per week.

Any deal would seem to depend on Sneijder dropping his wage demands and accepting a reduction on his current salary with the Nerazzurri.

And the midfielder’s comments suggest that Inter are ready to agree to his sale. Sneijder also expects his future to become clearer by the middle of next week.

"All I know is that Inter need money and that I am for sale if the right offer comes", said Sneijder to Voetbal International.

"I have five days where I’m available after the game against England on Wednesday, then I expect to be clearer on my future."

The former Real Madrid man also confirmed that he has yet to field a concrete offer from either City or United.

"I can make it clear about the interest from Manchester United and Manchester City: I have not talked to either team so I do not know much about my future."

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