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Italian website, Tuttomercatoweb claims that Galatasaray’s want-away midfielder, Wesley Sneijder may join Manchester United this January as the Red Devils contemplate a move for the Dutch player. The website’s report is a far cry from Sneijder’s earlier remarks about his situation at the Turkish club.
“There is always transfer news about me.
“The transfer season is approaching so this type of news is normal, they always seem to escalate at this time of the year and I don’t think you really need to guess why.”
“I don’t take any notice of these rumours. As I keep saying over and over again, I am very happy at Galatasaray, I feel at home here at the club among my friends.
“I have never considered leaving but the rumours continues. All I am focused on is the team.”
Not long ago, Sneijder’s agent Guido Albers revealed he would have talks with the Galatasaray executives as regards why the player was dropped for the loss to Trabzonspor.
“I do not know why he was sitting on the bench.
“We’ll have talks with the board on Wednesday in Brussels. We’re going to speak about Wesley and we’ll discuss this important event.”
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