Transfer consultant Ernesto Bronzetti says he has been informed that Malaga have offered €35 million for Inter midfielder Wesley Sneijder.
The Dutchman's future with the 2010 Champions League winners has been the subject of intense speculation in recent weeks, following an indifferent season in Milan.
Manchester United have been touted as frontunners in the race to sign Sneijder, but Bronzetti claims he has been told that cash-rich Malaga are looking to pull out all stops in a bid to land the the former Ajax star.
"A friend of mine who has a restaurant chain, including one near Malaga which is run by his brother, confirmed to me that he learned from Malaga's executives they had made an offer of €35m for Sneijder," Bronzetti told Sky Sport24.
"He told me that tonight, there will be another meeting in this restaurant, located four to five kilometres outside Malaga, and this time the player's agent should be present."
Earlier in the week, Inter coach Gian Piero Gasperini admitted Sneijder could leave the club in the summer.