Inter Milan midfielder Wesley Sneijder is still hopeful of a move to Manchester United but will need to lower his wage demands if he is to transfer to Old Trafford.
“There is always a chance something will happen but we will see,” he said.
The Dutch player is valued at around £35m and has a weekly wage of around £250,000. Manchester United are understood to have already made a bid for the midfielder but the wage issue is currently a major stumbling block.
Gian Piero Gasperini, the Inter Milan boss, admitted that there has been an offer for the player:
“I appreciate there’s been an offer, but it’s with Inter the negotiations should take place”.
“I’m not necessarily worried, it’s normal in this time to have this type of situation. The market is open to 31 August, and it will continue to happen until then.
“It’s not just Inter, it’s the same with other big clubs who have players that are object of desire for big clubs.”