Real Madrid midfielder Wesley Sneijder says he would like to stay at Real Madrid although he admits he is not averse to a move to Serie A champions Internazionale.
“I don’t know anything about a negotiation and I am happy to stay in Madrid,” he told Sky Sports.
“There are so many fantastic players, but I’m not afraid. The season is long. To have a problem ahead of the World Cup with the national team is a risk I could take, but for now the priority is to remain in Madrid. However, in two weeks everything can change.”
Earlier today, reports emerged that Real and Inter had agreed a €19 million fee for the former Ajax star and it was now up to the player to decide whether he was interested in a move to the Italian champions.
“I have heard that [coach Jose] Mourinho considers me his first choice,” Sneijder added.
“He is a great coach that trains a great team. If I decide to leave Madrid, Inter would be a nice option.”
Sniejder has also attracted interest from Chelsea over the summer, but has repeatedly stated his intention to remain at the Santiago Bernabeu.