Sneijder says no to move

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Wesley Sneijder has pledged his future to Inter Milan despite reports linking him with a move away from the San Siro this summer.

The Holland international is a reported target of Chelsea and both Manchester clubs.


"There is a family atmosphere at Inter and there are all the ingredients to aim high," said Sneijder on the club's official website,

"Milan is marvellous, picturesque and full of elegance. I love it.

"At the moment I am very happy here and I don't see why I should leave."

The 27-year-old playmaker joined Inter from Real Madrid in 2009 and helped the Nerazzurri win the Champions League, Serie A and Coppa Italia in his first season in Milan.

Injuries hindered the former Ajax star this term, though, and he scored just four goals scored in 25 league appearances for Inter, who finished runners up in Italy´s top flight.

Sneijder is under contract with Inter until June 2015.

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