The Galatasaray midfielder still holds ambitions to play in England.
Wesley Sneijder was a transfer target for Manchester United three years ago following an impressive World Cup with the Netherlands and still wants to play in the Premier League, reports the Mirror.
The 29-year-old’s career hit hard times in recent seasons after Inter Milan froze the attacking midfielder out at the San Siro and Sneijder made a £6m switch to Galatasaray in January.
However, despite having never made the expected switch to England the Dutchman still holds ambitions of playing in the country and having lost Paul Scholes to retirement, United could well revitalise their interest.
The Red Devils are yet to sign a replacement for Scholes and have missed out Thiago Alcantara to Bayern Munich, whilst two bids for Barcelona’s Cesc Fabregas have been turned down.
Sneijder helped Gala to the Turkish league title this year and has impressed since moving to the country, but still no English sides have shown interest.
The midfielder has led a varied career to date, having progressed from the Ajax youth system before making a colossal £23m move to Real Madrid in 2007.
The Netherlands international was also considered to be one of the best players at the 2010 World Cup in South Africa and has bags of experience in the Champions League.
It’s unknown how much Sneijder would cost United, although football website transfermarkt.com value the attacking midfielder at £15m – which would be a relatively low sum compared to the figures that have been banded about for Fabregas.
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