Wesley Sneijder Proud Of Inter Milan Interest, But Committed To Real Madrid

The Dutchman wants to stay in the Spanish capital...
Wesley Sneijder says that it is always good to hear of reported interest from teams like Inter Milan but he wants to stay at Real Madrid.

The Dutchman has had a difficult season in the Spanish capital, with injuries meaning he has been in and out of the side.

His lack of minutes and poor form has led to reports that he will leave Madrid this summer, with Inter rumoured to be interested in securing his signature.

Speaking to Goal.com Netherlands, Sneijder declared that he wants to stay at Madrid though and is looking to prove himself beyond the summer.

He said, "At the moment I don't miss much about Holland, I must confess. But there are moments that I miss the life I used to live at home just a little bit."

Speaking later to De Telegraaf, he went on, "It is good to hear about interest from big teams, but there is no reason to think about leaving Madrid. Nobody has said that I will go," he explained.

"I have had some unfortunate injuries, which has almost lost me the season, but I want to prove myself at Madrid after the summer."

Sneijder arrived at Madrid back in 2007 and has played 52 league games for los Blancos, scoring eleven times in the process.

He currently has a deal with the Spanish club until 2012 and will turn 25 June this year.

James Walker-Roberts, Goal.com