The agent of Real Madrid midfielder Wesley Sneijder has told Inter Milan to get serious about the Dutchman. Soren Lerby said: "For some time there has been talk of a move to Inter for Sneijder, but the reality is that there is nothing happening.
"Currently, Real Madrid has set the price, so, anyone who wants to buy him should simply satisfy the demands of the club. The €25 million referred to seems a lot, but (Inter president) Massimo Moratti has recently asked for €40 million for Maicon, who despite being the best in his role, is still a fullback.
"Wesley is an attacking midfielder, very technical, with good vision for the game. Sneijder would definitely go to a club that can guarantee an almost constant use. A few days ago I heard from someone of Inter, but the problem is the money required by Real.
"The possibility that he remains in Madrid is still quite high."