Inter Milan have admitted that Wesley Sneijder could be on the way out of the San Siro this summer, reports ESPN.
Coach Andrea Stramaccioni has revealed that every single player has his price and if the right offer came in, the Dutchman could be on his way.
Sneijder has been been linked with a move to Manchester United over the last few years of course and this speculation is likely to become prominent once again.
In fact, it was thought that most things were agreed for Sneijder to move to Old Trafford last summer, but personal terms couldn’t be finalised.
However, after missing out on the Premier League title to arch rivals Manchester City, United are certainly keen on strengthening their squad.
To have Sneijder alongside the experience of Paul Scholes and Michael Carrick, as well as the youth of Tom Cleverley would perhaps be the perfect balance for Sir Alex Ferguson.
However, Stramaccioni did say that the former Real Madrid man was key to his plans next season, so it would perhaps take a massive offer from Manchester United or any other interested club.
Much like last summer, this is perhaps a transfer story that will go on for a number of weeks.
Watch this space.