Wesley Sneijder says he’s unlikely to leave Inter during the January transfer window – even if he admits anything can happen.
Sneijder was consistently linked with a move to Manchester United last summer, but the club kept hold of him after agreeing to sell Samuel Eto’o to Anzhi instead.
However, the Dutch creator is again being paired with the Old Trafford outfit before the present window closes at the end of this month.
“There is a 90 per cent chance that I will stay here at Inter,” the former Real Madrid player told Voetbal International.
“I can’t say it is 100 per cent because you never know what might happen, but I am enjoying myself at Inter right now and I have no decisions to make.”
Sneijder, 27, joined Inter in the summer of 2009 from Real Madrid at the request of then boss Jose Mourinho.
He’s been a success at San Siro, however he’s had his problems with injury this term that have restricted his appearances.
Sneijder has one goal in six Serie A games in 2011-12, while he’s played in just three Champions League ties since the summer.
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