Inter President Massimo Moratti has “nothing to say” to Wesley Sneijder, as his stalling gives Spurs and Manchester United a chance to beat Galatasaray.
The Nerazzurri have agreed a fee with Galatasaray for some time, but Sneijder continues to stall on making a decision  and today declared he might not be clear on his future until January 31.
“The pressure being put on me is annoying,” the midfielder told the Gazzetta dello Sport.
“It’s just that after all that I have done I don’t want to feel the way I do, almost forced to make an important life decision in a short space of time. It’s got nothing to do with money.”
Inter President Moratti was asked about the comments today and replied: “I have nothing to say to Sneijder. We are having a dialogue between professionals.
“He says we’re rushing him? Fine,” laughed Moratti.
Meanwhile, there are reports that Tottenham and Manchester United are renewing their interest in the Dutch midfielder.
Liverpool had already stepped up with a proposal, but the Daily Mail suggests more Premier League clubs are ready to take advantage of the situation.