Inter Milan president Massimo Moratti has urged Wesley Sneijder to make a decision on his future by the end of Monday as Galatasaray is desperate to add the out-of-favor Netherlands international to its squad. Follow GOAL.COM on Twitter
The Istanbul giant announced over the weekend that it has agreed terms with the Nerazzurri over a winter move, but added that the club is still in talks with the creative midfielder over personal terms. Sneijder stated on Saturday evening that he is in no rush to make a final decision on his future, but Moratti is now running out of patience and has told the Dutchman to make up his mind.
"We want an answer by the end of the day. It would be professional from him if he made a decision shortly," Moratti said.
Nevertheless, despite Moratti's latest comments, Sneijder is unlikely to be rushed into making a decision on his future. The 28-year-old is reportedly having doubts about a move to the Turkish league, and he would prefer a transfer to one of Europe's top leagues.
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