Red Devils given definitive price for veteran playmaker.
Manchester United have been told by Turkish giants Galatasaray that they will have to stump up £15 million if they want to land the signature of Wesley Sneijder, according to the Daily Express.
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A number of top European sides are said to be keeping a close watch on his situation in Istanbul, but it is United and Serie A giants Juventus who are thought to be leading the pack for his signature.
United have been tracking Sneijder for a while and Louis van Gaal has been eyeing another major spending spree, which could eclipse their total outlay last summer.
Juventus had reportedly made an offer of just £1.5m to grab a bargain this month with an 18-month deal worth an estimated £3.5m contract.
However, Sneijder’s agent, Guido Albers, suitors will need to pay significantly more to take him from Turkey.
“Galatasaray don’t want to sell Sneijder,” agent Guido Albers told Bugun TV.
“Wesley loves the club and its fans. Neither he nor his wife want to leave Istanbul.
“If Juve are really interested, then they should talk to Galatasaray and pay the €20m buy-out clause in his contract.
“Not €5m, nor €10m or €12m. They need €20m. They have no need to talk to me, as I’m not the one who can sell the player.
“In any case, I can confirm that so far no offers have come in and Wesley is happy at Galatasaray.”