The midfielder is not being paid at Galatasaray currently.
Galatasaray attacking midfielder Wesley Sneijder has revealed he is not being paid by the Turkish club currently and as a result Manchester United are considering a January swoop, according to the CaughtOffside.
Gala are suffering something of a financial crisis and the Netherlands international has admitted that he has not been paid at all as yet in the 2014/15 season.
“It’s true that I did not get the money, Galatasaray are working hard to sort their financial situation,” Sneijder was quoted by the Sun.
“My management is in talks with the club over a solution.”
If the 30-year-old continues to go unpaid then he will be available on a free transfer in January due to a clause in his contract that is activated in this eventuality.
Sneijder has long been linked with a switch to Old Trafford and that has been made even more likely by the arrival of Louis van Gaal as manager – with the 63-year-old managing the midfield ace in the Dutch national team for two years.
However, some might question about whether the Red Devils need another player in Sneijder’s position, with the likes of Angel di Maria, Adnan Januzaj and Juan Mata already at the club.
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