Inter CEO Ernesto Paollilo: No ongoing negotiations with Manchester United over Wesley Sneijder

The Giuseppe Meazza side's supremo has again said that they are currently not in talks with any club about the Dutchman, but added that a big money offer could change things
Inter CEO Ernesto Paolillo has reiterated that the Giuseppe Meazza outfit are not negotiating with Manchester United about the transfer of Netherlands international Wesley Sneijder.

The Premier League champions are eager to add the midfielder to their squad this summer, but Inter will only let go of Sneijder if an extraordinary offer comes in for the former Ajax and Real Madrid star.

"I've said it and I'll repeat it; this is only spoken of in the newspapers, and we're not talking about it. He's an integral part of our team and there are no negotiations," Paolillo said after a meeting with the Italian ambassador in Beijing, as reported on the club's official website.

"If we were to get an irrefutable offer? I have also repeated this many times; if we were to receive - and this applies to Sneijder, but also for any other player - an absolutely irrefutable offer, only in that moment would we think about it. But, I repeat, there are no negotiations."

Sneijder has a contract with Inter until the summer of 2015, but they could be tempted to cash in on the 27-year-old if an offer in the region of €40 million comes in.

United manager Sir Alex Ferguson also denied any ongoing talks with Inter about Sneijder earlier this week as he said they're always looking to improve their squad before adding that there's nothing concrete yet.