Wesley Sneijder has rejected speculation that he could be set to leave Italian giants Inter this summer.
The Dutchman has been heavily linked with Manchester United and Chelsea, but he seems more than content at the Stadio Meazza.
"There is a family atmosphere at Inter and there are all the ingredients here to aim for the top," he told FC Inter News.
"The city of Milan is marvellous, picturesque, full of elegance and I love it. At the moment I am very happy here and I don't see why I should leave."
Sneijder joined the Nerazzurri giants in the summer of 2009 from Real Madrid at the specific request of then boss Jose Mourinho.
He marked his first season in Italy by winning the Scudetto, Champions League and Coppa Italia. He also reached the World Cup Final with Holland that same term.
This time around, he's lifted the Coppa Italia, the Italian Super Cup and the Club World Cup.
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