Sneijder deal quashed again

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Inter Milan manager Claudio Ranieri has rubbished rumours surrounding the future of Wesley Sneidjer.

The Dutch playmaker has reportedly become disillusioned with life in Serie A, following a dreadful start to their league campaign, in which they lie13 points off the lead.

After being heavily linked with a move to Manchester United, rumours surrounding Sneijder had died down, but with the January transfer window approaching, talk has swelled again.

"I believe very little in the story of the player wanting to go away and being put on the transfer market," he said.

"These are maybe rumours, perhaps unchecked and untrue, and so I don't give them much consideration."

United had on a number of occasions reportedly agreed a deal with Sneijder during the summer, but were eventually scuppered in their attempts.

United had to settle with Tom Cleverley in the middle of midfielder, but after an encouraging start, has seen injury blight his progress.

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