Inter Milan midfielder Wesley Sneijder has claimed that the pressure from the authorities at the club will not force him to make a hurried decision over his future at the San Siro Club. Sneijder is regarded as one of the finest attacking midfielders of his age but financial crisis at Inter Milan have made relations between the player and the club strictly harsh as the midfielder was told by the club authorities to lower his wage demands if he wants to play again.
His wage is reported to be at 200,000 per week and thus the club hierarchy wants Sneijder to take a pay cut in order to play again. However, it is totally against all sorts of professional conducts because there cannot be any alterations in a contract when it has already been agreed between the club and the representatives of the player.
Sneijder has enjoyed a great career for Inter Milan up to this stage as he helped Jose Mourinho’s side win a historic treble in 2010 including Champions League that ended their 45 year wait for becoming the European champions. He has stated that after all what happened in recent months, he still regards the club very highly and doesn’t want to leave it in such a dramatic manner that pretty much addresses the doubts of people accusing Sneijder of being too stubborn not to take a wage cut.
Turkish side Galatasaray await a response from the player agents as they have already tabled a 8 Million Euros bid to Inter Milan. Moreover, English giants, Liverpool have also been linked with a move.