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Sneijder considers Inter move

Real ready to let midfielder move on

By Gerrit van Leeuwen.   Last Updated: 20/08/09 9:28am

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Sneijder: Considering Inter move

Sneijder: Considering Inter move

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Wesley Sneijder is thinking over a move to Inter Milan after the midfielder's agent revealed Real Madrid have agreed a deal with the Italian champions.

Holland international Sneijder has been tipped to leave Real over the summer following the Spanish giants' lavish spending spree to capture the likes of Cristiano Ronaldo and Kaka.

Aston Villa boss Martin O'Neill has hinted at an interest in the playmaker, but Inter have long been mooted as favourites to sign the former Ajax ace.

Inter now appear to have agreed a fee with Real, with reports putting the figure in the 18million euros bracket (£15.5million).

Sneijder's agent Soren Lerby has confirmed the player is now considering whether to move to Serie A after last week stating his intention to fight for his place at Real.

"I have received a phone call from Real that a deal has been done," Lerby told De Telegraaf.

"I have spoken to Wesley, but at the moment he doesn't know what he wants. He will think about that now.

"If he is interested in a move, we will have a meeting and look if they can meet his demands."

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