Inter's Wesley Sneijder refuses to rule out Manchester United move: 'Things can move fast'

The Netherlands international admits it is doubtful that he will be leaving the Serie A club to move to Old Trafford this summer, but is keeping his options open
Inter midfielder Wesley Sneijder is doubtful a move to Manchester United can be finalised this summer, but has added that a lot can happen in the closing stages of the transfer window.

The Netherlands international has been linked with a move to Old Trafford throughout the summer, but any possibility of a transfer for the 27-year-old was previously thought to be over.

However, with the window nearing its conclusion, Sneijder has insisted that something can still happen.

"At this point I don't think I will move. But, on the other hand, my move to Real Madrid was solved within eight hours. Things can move fast," the Inter star told reporters.

Nevertheless, with Samuel Eto'o having left Inter to join Russian club Anzhi Makhachkala, the Dutchman says he is unlikely to leave the Serie A outfit.

"It was either me or Eto'o to leave Inter and since he has now gone there is no need for Inter to sell me. It would be very strange if something happened now. There is nothing going on behind the scenes," he was quoted as saying by Algemeen Dagblad.

United first-team coach Rene Meulensteen fuelled speculation that the Premier League champions could make a last ditch bid for Sneijder earlier on Tuesday when he said that a move is still possible.