Dutch midfielder Wesley Sneijder has claimed he was mistreated by former club Inter Milan during his final weeks at the Italian side.

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sneijder asbSneijder won a treble with Inter Milan under coach Jose Mourinho in 2010, but in the commencing two years the Dutch international fell out with the Serie A club after a series of rows. Eventually in 2013 Sneijder left Milan for Turkish side Galatasaray.

Speaking to La Gazetta dello Sport Sneijder said, “I’ve been thinking about my time at Inter and I realised that the team that won the treble has been dissolved within a matter of seasons,”

“Inter did not treat me well, but that was the work certain directors. I love Inter and I want them to do well, also for the fans. I really do hope that Inter can win the Scudetto.

Sneijder wen’t on to praise ex-coach Jose Mourinho, and even claimed he would not say no to a future move to Chelsea, the club he now coaches.

The 29-year-old said, “Mourinho is the number one. There is no one like him. I’d never say never to Chelsea, but fact is that I am very happy in Turkey.”

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