Sneijder reveals Major League Soccer interest

The Dutch attacking midfielder reveals that Major League Soccer could be an option when his contract expires in 2015. He also talks about Inter's title chances this season.
Wesley Sneijder has revealed that he is considering Major League Soccer as his next destination for his career.

"If my wife continues to be an actress, the MLS might be an idea," Sneijder told La Gazzetta dello Sport. "But not at this point. I want to stay at Inter. I have never thought about leaving Inter. I like the team, the city and the club."

While a move to MLS in the near future is unlikely, the 28-year-old could consider making a move to North America three years from now when his contract expires in 2015. For now, Sneijder remains focused on Inter's Serie A chances. He believes that after last year's disappointing season, Inter could challenge Juventus for the league title.

"I do not think that Juventus are stronger than Inter or any of the other teams. We can beat them," Sneijder said.

He also admits that AC Milan could be a threat as well.

"It might look like Milan have fallen apart, but they always have great players. And then there are teams like Napoli and Roma in the race for the Scudetto as well," he stated.

"It is going to be a long and hard season for all of us. Juventus are the reigning champions and the favorites, but we can definitely beat them."

The attacking midfielder then stated that he would like to be Inter captain in the future, but admitted that he's unlikely to wear the armband anytime soon as Javier Zanetti is still going strong.

"The captaincy? If only, but Zanetti will play on until he is 60...," he said jokingly.

Inter has collected three points from their opening two Serie A games.