Inter confident of Sneijder stay
Inter president Massimo Moratti insists Wesley Sneijder will stay at the club despite their failure to make the Champions League.
The Dutchman was heavily linked with a move away from the San Siro last summer, with Manchester United rumoured to be keen, but he opted to stay in Italy. The Italian giants then endured a difficult campaign, sacking managers Gian Piero Gasperini and Claudio Ranieri before Andrea Stramaccioni guided them to a sixth-place finish. The lack of Champions League football for I Nerazzurri next season has led to speculation that Sneijder may seek a move. However, Moratti is confident the 27-year-old, who moved from Real Madrid in 2009, will stay at the club. "We see Sneijder as a player who can have a key role in Inter's future, so no problem there," he told the club's official website. "Inter must keep working to get the most out of the players we have - those who are up to the task - while looking for others who fit in with the coach's ideas and most importantly who are good enough to play for Inter."