Inter Milan’s Wesley Sneijder is not a target, reveals Sir Alex Ferguson – Serie A Transfer Update

by  |  earlier

0 LIKES UnLike Milan’s Wesley Sneijder is not a target, reveals Sir Alex Ferguson – Serie A Transfer Update
Manchester United boss, Sir Alex Ferguson, has denied rumours linking the Red Devils with Inter Milan playmaker, and England regarding the transfer of the Dutchman to Old Trafford, despite
the Nerazzurri repeatedly denying such speculations.
Sir Alex Ferguson, while talking to ESPN Soccernet, has mooted the possibility of a transfer.
"I keep reading about this, there's absolutely nothing at all to that. First of all I don't think Inter are prepared to sell him anyway. You get conjecture and you get speculation every week in newspapers unfortunately. And we have to answer these for some
reason - why, I don't know, but we have to find a reason without adding insult to any particular club, or embarrassing any particular player. There's nothing we can do about it." The United boss said.
However, there has been news that the English Champions’ chief executive, Gill, has not contacted Inter directly, but he has approached different parties that are closely linked to the attacking midfielder. On the other hand, the Nerazzurri director,
Marco Branca, reiterated that the player is not available on the transfer market.
Although there has been rejection of the transfer from both sides, President Massimo Moratti might still want to sell the player as he is not suited to the 3-4-3 formation expected to be deployed by head coach, Gian Piero Gasperini.
Gasperini’s tactical approach minimizes the role of a playmaker and that might be a reason enough for Sneijder to want an exit from San Siro.
Moreover, there has been news that Inter are interested in signing the Red Devil, Luis, and are being considered the frontrunners for the deal. If La Beneamata want to lure Nani, Sneijder might be used as a bait to get a concession and the deal might
prove to be attractive for both the outfits.
Sneijder is expected to receive a weekly wage of 250,000 Euros, which might be enough to convince the Dutch international to relocate to
Common consensus on the matter is that Inter want to sell and Sneijder wants an exit too, but both parties are reluctant to reveal their chance. With the Dutch sensation likely to be played out of position in a 3-4-3 formation, a bid in the region of 30-35
million Euros is likely to work for both parties.



Question Stats

Latest activity: earlier.
This question has 0 answers.


Share your knowledge and help people by answering questions.