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United in 'sensational £35m talks' to end transfer saga - reports

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Manchester United are in talks with Inter Milan over a deal to bring Wesley Sneijder to Old Trafford, according to Goal.com.

The Dutch midfielder has been constantly linked with a move to Old Trafford this summer following the retirement of Paul Scholes at the end of the season.

And after constantly denying a deal was on the cards, Sneijder now appears to be on his way to the Premier League.

"United have increased their interest over the past 48 hours. The clubs are now in talks, but they will have to agree a fee," a source told Goal.com.

 

"The next move is down to United. If they satisfy Inter's requests, then Sneijder will be playing for United next season."

"He knows he would have better chances of winning things at Manchester United compared to Inter, especially on the international front," the source added.

"At the moment he does not want to say much as he doesn't want to upset the Inter fans. But if Inter and United reach an agreement, then he would be delighted to join them.

United have also been linked with a move for Luka Modric and Samir Nasri, but with Chelsea and Manchester City leading the race for the duo, Sneijder appears to be last available target.

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