Inter Milan are prepared to drop their asking price for Wesley Sneijder to get a deal done with Manchester United. Inter chief Marco Branca is due in Manchester this week for talks with United officials over the sale of the Dutchman. Inter president Massimo Moratti informed Sneijder's agent, Soren Lerby, that he can go for €25 million.

However, Sportmediaset says Moratti is prepared to drop his asking price to help the deal get done.

Inter have already identified Sao Paulo star Lucas as Sneijder's replacement, but can't move for the youngster until the latter is sold.