|Thursday, 18 August 2011 09:52|
WESLEY SNEIJDER will have to go to war with his club president Massimo Moratti to get his dream move to Manchester United.
SunSport revealed yesterday that Dutch ace Sneijder, 27, was so desperate for a move from Inter Milan to Old Trafford that he would slash his pay demands by £60,000 a week to £140,000.
But with striker Samuel Eto'o now on his way out of the San Siro to big-spending Russian club Anzhi Makhachkala, Inter do not want to lose another major star.
Moratti said: "Sneijder was untouchable before the situation with Eto'o and he has become even more so now Eto'o could leave.
"Sneijder is going nowhere."
With the Eto'o transfer almost done and dusted, that could open the door for Manchester City's Carlos Tevez to get his desired move out of the Etihad.
However, Moratti believes the £50million price tag City have put on the Argentine hitman's head will scupper any deal.
The Inter chief admitted: "It will be difficult to sort an agreement for the City striker."
Taken from the Sun