Guido Albers, the agent of Wesley Sneijder, today quashed rumours that the midfielder is set to leave Galatasaray.

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sneijdhajjdTuttosport today reported that Juventus had made a €2 million bid for the Dutchman, while Manchester United, Chelsea. and Inter Milan have all been linked with moves for Sneijder this month.

However speaking to Bugun TV Sneijder’s agent Guido Albers claimed his client was happy in Turkey, and Galatasaray have told him they do not want to sell the Dutch international.

Albers said, “The Galatasaray board told me that they won’t sell Sneijder,”

“Wesley loves Galatasaray and the fans. Both he and his wife Yolanthe want to stay in Istanbul.”

“If there is a club interested him, they have to negotiate with the Galatasaray board, not with me. Also, any club who wants him will have to pay the €20m (£15.6m) release clause in his contract. Not €5m, €10m  or €12m.”

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