But Aysal insists Sneijder will stay, particularly as new coach Cesare Prandelli wants to work with the former Real Madrid midfielder.
"Sneijder continues," he said. "The rumors, you should ignore. The new coach Cesare Prandelli also thinks so. We do not think about a breakup.
"He has a tough season behind him and played well at the World Cup.
"He returns after his trip away."
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