The Dutchman was rumoured to be on his way out of the Nerazzurri, but his representative has insisted that a move to Russia is not on the cardsSoren Lerby, the agent of Wesley Sneijder, has made it clear that there's no truth in the rumours suggesting that the Netherlands international could leave Inter for Anzhi Makhachkala in the January transfer window.
A number of recent reports stated that the Nerazzurri are ready to sell the Netherlands international this winter, with the Russian side supposedly sitting in pole position for the attacking midfielder's signature.
However, Lerby has insisted that a winter move is not an option for his client, before adding that Sneijder is happy with life at Inter.
"Wesley has no intention at all to go to Anzhi. All these rumours are false," Lerby told Sky Italia.
"I don't know where these stories originated. Perhaps someone should take the effort to ask Anzhi and [their head coach Guus] Hiddink about it.
"Sneijder remains an Inter player for now and he's feeling very well at the club."
The 28-year-old has a contract with the Serie A side until June 2015.