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Manchester United kick off their title defence against new boys Birmingham City– but the Reds haven’t won any of their last 2 opening games.

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.

Manchester United kick off their title defence against new boys Birmingham City– but the Reds haven’t won any of their last 2 opening games.

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