The Dutch midfielder is thinking about plying his trade in the United States before he retires, while casting doubt over his long-term future with the NerazzurriInter playmaker Wesley Sneijder admits he is uncertain over his future at Inter, insisting he has never been 'blind' to speculation linking him with a move to Manchester United.
The 27-year-old was heavily linked with a switch to Old Trafford last summer and while the Netherlands international remained coy throughout reported negotiations between the two clubs, he conceded he would have considered a move to the Premier League.
"There have never been any concrete contacts with Manchester United," Sneijder told Nos. "I see everything, I am not blind, but there is nothing concrete right now.
"I am happy at Inter, but we will see. I currently have no contacts with other clubs and I am living day by day.
"If on the last day of the transfer window an offer had arrived, maybe I would have left.
"The truth is that I feel at home at Inter, but I do not know where I will play next season."Sneijder is still linked with a San Siro exit after failing to impress in the first half of this season, with Anzhi Makhachkala understood to be lining up a €25 million bid.
But when asked about a potential MLS move, the midfielder admitted he would consider the prospect towards the end of his career.
"A spell in the USA? That is something I think about, but only in the future," Sneijder said.
"I do not think where I will play next season. I have been in the USA with Yolanthe [his wife] because of her work.
"We will surely discuss this in the future, but not now."