Sneijder could be allowed to leave Milan.
Inter Milan president Massimo Moratti has admitted that the club could sell Manchester United target Wesley Sneijder in January if the Dutchman’s contract situation cannot be resolved.
The Nerrazzuri effectively said last week that the Dutch international would not play for the club again until he agrees a new deal, with his current contract set to expire in June 2015.
It is believed that cash-strapped Inter want the 28-year-old to take a significant pay-cut.
Manchester United have been tracking Sneijder for two years and nearly landed the playmaker after the 2010 World Cup.
Sneijder has not played for Inter for over two months due to injury, a spell which has conincided with their best form of the season. It is understood that the club are now ready to offload the former Real Madrid star in January, with Manchester United at the front of a queue of suitors.
Inter president Massimo Moratti confirmed that the only “solution” to the current empasse will be to sell the playmaker should he not agree a new contract at the San Siro.
“For us it’s natural to look for a way to not be forced to sell him and he has the right to not accept our offer.
“But if it stays like is, the solution will be on the transfer market,” Moratti is quoted as saying by The Sport Review.
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