Inter playmaker Wesley Sneijder looks set to commit his future to the Italian and European champions after club president Massimo Moratti claimed he will sign a new deal.
Sneijder, a key member of Inter’s treble-winning side last season, has recently been linked with a €30 million move to Manchester United.
It was reported that the 26-year-old failed to agree terms on a new contract at the San Siro last week, but Moratti insists that the Dutchman will be staying with the club.
“I think this week he will renew his contract,” Moratti told Sky Sport 24.
Sneijder has two-and-a-half-years left on his current Inter deal and appears to be focused on his future at the club, as he has spoken of his desire to link up with international team-mate Ibrahim Afellay.
The PSV playmaker is reportedly being targeted by a number of top European clubs, including Arsenal and Atletico Madrid, although Sneijder says he wants him to move to Milan.
“Afellay is ready to leave the Netherlands,” Sneijder told Voetbal International. “To [the city of] Milan would be good. I told him this personally, he knows how highly we regard him at Inter.”