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ITALY/ INTER, Sneijder refuses Fenerbahce offer

05.12.2012 09.00 by Claudio Colla  read 2199
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According to latest rumours reported by Voetbal International, Dutch international offensive midfielder Wesley Sneijder (28), who's getting more and more likely to leave Inter in January, has refused an offer coming from Fenerbahce, with Turkish club asking to sign him on free loan. Sneijder, who's probably going to announce his will not to extend his own deal with Neroazzurri, is a target for Anzhi Makhachkala, Manchester City, Manchester United, AC Milan and Los Angeles Galaxy.

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