The attacking midfielder's representative has revealed that his client has plenty of options, but refused to comment on any specific clubs amid claims of a bid from GalatasarayWesley Sneijder's agent, Soren Lerby, has made it clear that there's plenty of interest in the Inter playmaker, but refused to comment on recent reports that Galatasaray have made a move for the creative midfielder.
The Istanbul giants announced on Tuesday that they have opened talks to lure the Dutchman to Turkey, but the 54-year-old has stressed that his client has plenty of options.
"Each day a new club comes in for Wesley," Lerby told De Telegraaf.
"I have made the decision not to respond to any rumours for now."
Sneijder is keen to part ways with Inter after being frozen out at the Nerazzurri over a contract dispute, and is widely expected to leave the club this winter.
The Giuseppe Meazza side want the former Real Madrid midfielder to sign a contract extension, while accepting a pay-cut at the same time.
However, Sneijder has no intention to take a lower wage, and has not featured for Inter since September 2012.