Wesley Sneijder has spoken for the first time since having his contract with Galatasaray terminated by mutual consent.

The Dutch international has been with Galatasaray since 2013, but the 33-year-old was not in the plans of new coach Igor Tudor and the Turkish club have decided to dissolve his contract.

Sneijder has been heavily linked with Sampdoria and new MLS side Los Angeles FC, but speaking to beIN sports, he revealed that he has no plans for his future yet.

He said, “Of course I feel sad. If you have to leave like that, it’s not very nice. I trust in my qualities. I don’t know any clubs (who are interested) yet. The page turns.

“The coach made his choice. He made the choice not to work with me. If some coach doesn’t want to work with you then you have to look for something else.

“If the coach doesn’t want to use you anymore then you don’t have a jersey number.

“I don’t have any future plans yet. I’ll go to Amsterdam and from there I will check what I will do. At the moment, I don’t know any plans but I trust in my qualities and something will come for sure.”

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