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World Cup star flirts with 'beautiful' United

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Inter Milan midfielder Wesley Sneijder has labelled Manchester United as 'beautiful' but has rubbished rumours of a move to the 18-time league champions.

The Dutch midfielder has endured a difficult season at the San Siro following the departure of Jose Mourinho and talk is rife of the Dutchman seeking a move away.

But the World Cup finalist isn't enthusiastic about joining United.

 

"Do I want to go to United? It's a beautiful club. But I'm fine in Milan and not at the point to think about it," he said.

With Paul Scholes expected to retire at the end of the season and Ryan Giggs nearing the final years of his career as well, the 26-year old Sneijder would be an ably replacement for the two United stalwarts.

As well as Sneijder, United have been linked with Ashley Young, Charlie Adam and Rafael van Der Vaart to help bolster their creative ranks.

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