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Sneijder aims to ‘show off’ for suitors

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Long-term Manchester United transfer target Wesley Sneijder is hoping to make an impression on English soil when the Netherlands take on the Three Lions at Wembley tomorrow night.

The 27-year-old playmaker was the subject of intense speculation in both the summer and January transfer windows, but remained at Inter Milan despite hinting a move away from the San Siro could be possible.

And, ahead of tomorrow’s international friendly, Sneijder has again stated that he’s out to impress watching suitors, although admitted that he’s more than happy with life in Serie ‘A’.

"The friendly against England - I see it as a great time to show off. This does not mean that I want to leave Inter, but surely many teams will be looking at this match,” he told Calciomercato.com.

Sneijder’s future could hinge on Inter securing a Champions League place next season, something that’s far from certain as Claudio Ranieri’s side sit seventh in the domestic table.

With the manager’s future also uncertain, times could be changing for the Nerazzurri, and keeping hold of the former Real Madrid man might be one of the problems the club face in the summer.

For United, the only stumbling block remains the players wages, an issue which has constantly been raised whenever Sir Alex Ferguson has been linked with a move.

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