Rejuvenated Dutchman ready to take Inter Milan form to South Africa.
Wesley Sneijder was in danger of wasting away on the Bernabeu bench when he completed a rushed move to the San Siro, its a move that he must be extremely pleased he made. The Dutchman was clearly not part of Manuel Pellegrini’s plans at Real Madrid and like his international teammate Arjen Robben he hasn’t looked back since.
His intelligent attacking midfield play has added more creativity to an Inter Milan side that Jose Mourinho has built to his own brand of footballing mastery. The move to Italy will have greatly pleased Dutch national coach Bert van Marwijk who now has a brand new player to call upon for the upcoming World Cup campaign.
When Sneijder is in the right mood, for confidence is key with the 25 year old former Ajax man, he is practically unplayable and he could be the catalyst for to push the dark horses of 2010 towards the later stages of the competition.