An announcement is expected later today after Wesley Sneijder and his agent met with Italian giants Inter.
Talks took place at Palazzo Durini on Monday after the player was frozen out of the side’s first team plans following a request to cut his €6m a year salary.
“I don’t really have the desire to speak,” the creative midfielder stated as he left the club’s HQ in Milan. “Something will be released later this afternoon.
“I’ve always been happy at Inter…”
It is thought that the Beneamata will consider selling the former Real Madrid man in January or at the end of the season.
Inter director Marco Branca, meanwhile, insisted he was happy with the events of the meeting.
“We are satisfied with how it went,” he told Sky Sport Italia. “It went well for Sneijder and for Inter. We’ll have to meet up again though.”
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