Wesley Sneijder preparing to discuss future with Inter as agent claims there is 'nothing concrete' in terms of transfer

Player's representative is not surprised by link to English clubs, but for now there is nothing in place as the Dutchman prepares to hold talks with world champions
The agent of Inter's Wesley Sneijder, Soren Lerby, is not surprised that his client is being associated with a move to England, but added that there has been no official approach from a Premier League side to secure the services of the Dutch international.

Manchester United have been linked with a move for the 27-year-old, while transfer guru Ernesto Bronzetti claimed that ambitious Malaga have also made a 35 million offer for the player.

Lerby, however, stressed that there are no developments at this stage in terms of a move away from San Siro, telling La Gazzetta dello Sport: "I don't find it strange that Sneijder's name is being linked with the big movements of the English teams on the market.

"But, I think it is early for the big clubs to move definitively and for the moment there is nothing concrete."

La Gazzetta dello Sport reports that Sneijder, who is contracted to the Milan-based club until 2015, will meet to discuss his future with transfer director Marco Branca in the coming days.

Last week Inter coach Gian Piero Gasperini confessed that the future of the playmaker remains uncertain.

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