The Inter Milan sporting director Marco Branca has said that the club have decided not to utilise the services of the midfielder Wesley Sneijder until a solution is found to his contract situation. The 28-year-old midfielder is one of the stars of the Inter Milan team. However, the club is undergoing major changes to the whole structure. In the hope of winning the Champions League under the reign of José Mourinho, the club signed numerous players on high wages. They have been looking to trim the wage bill more than anything else in recent seasons. Wesley Sneijder is one of the high earning members of the squad.
The Dutchman has not been involved in the squad since suffering an injury back in September. However, he has just started training with the first team, but he will not be included in the first time according to the sporting director of club. Due to the fact that Wesley Sneijder has been recently looking forward to move to another club, people are interested in enquiring the Dutch midfielder for potential transfer in the January transfer window. Manchester United were linked with him for a move in the past, but it never materialised due to the talks never becoming official.
“We’re patient and calm as we wait for the situation to evolve. The situation with Wes, who is part of the history of this club and a player we all care about, is that we’ve been discussing a possible – and for us necessary – adjustment to his contract for a while. We want to give the player and his entourage all the time they need to consider the terms of our proposal carefully, so the coach and the club have decided not to use the player in this period until things are clearer,” said the Inter Milan sporting director.