Interesting transfer news are out claiming that AC Milan are drawing up plans to keep Inter Milan contract rebel Wesley Sneijder in the city.
The Dutch international star is set to leave Inter in January after being informed he won’t play for the club again unless he accepts a pay-cut.
Manchester United, Bayern Munich and PSG are monitoring developments closely, however the Rossoneri believe they can see off all rivals for the 28 year old in January.
Tuttosport claim that Sneijder would prefer to remain in Milan and is open to switching to Inter’s great rivals.
Milan’s initial plans are to take Sneijder on a six-month loan with the option to sign him permanently in June for €12 million.