Manchester United put on red alert after Wesley Sneijder talks over new Inter Milan deal collapses

22 September 2010 03:03
Wesley Sneijder has put Manchester United on red-alert after talks over a new Inter Milan deal collapsed.[LNB]The Holland international - who played a lead role in helping the Oranje to the World Cup final - was a summer target for Old Trafford boss Sir Alex Ferguson.[LNB]But the midfielder seemingly ended any hope United had of luring Sneijder to England after publicly pledging his future to Inter.[LNB] Wanted man: Wesley Sneijder is a hot-property across Europe[LNB]Talks over a new deal with the European champions had begun, but those negotiations have since come to a standstill.[LNB]Soren Lorby, Sneijder's agent said: 'The talks have broken off and will resume when Inter open the door again to continue,[LNB]'Wesley has become very popular throughout Europe after the World Cup, but he has an obligation to Inter and was flattered by the words of [Inter president] Massimo Morratti, who claimed he was the leader for years to come.[LNB]'Wesley had the prospect of a great salary but Inter have gone back on their previous words.'[LNB] Plotting: Sir Alex Ferguson and Jose Mourinho could battle it out for Sneijder[LNB]If Sneijder is made available, United will be forced to battle it out with Real Madrid.[LNB]Bernabeu boss Jose Mourinho built a special bond with Sneijder during his trophy-laden spell at the San Siro.[LNB]And Lorby added: 'The attitude of the club gives him an uneasy feeling and that is reinforced by the interest of Real Madrid. [LNB]'Everyone knows that Jose Mourinho and Wesley have a very special relationship. Madrid is a more serious option now after Wesley winning three awards and reaching the World Cup final with the Oranje.'[LNB] Size isn't everything! Chelsea's Michael Essien reveals he was rejected by Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson... for being too smallPlay me or I'm off: Man United keeper Kuszczak hands ultimatum to FergieMan United star Scholes insists winning Carling Cup is a priority for him[LNB] [LNB]  

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