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Sneijder ready to sign new deal with Inter Milan

Wesley Sneijder is set to commit his future to Inter Milan by signing a new contract with the Italian club.

Sneijder was reportedly the subject of a failed £25 million bid for his services from Manchester United in the summer after his superb performances with Netherlands at the World Cup finals in South Africa. And now he is prepared to end speculation about his future by penning a new deal.

The midfielder joined Inter in the summer of 2009 after spending two seasons in Spain with Real Madrid. He then won the Treble of Champions League, Serie A and Coppa Italia in his first campaign at the San Siro.

"I hope as soon as possible to reach a new agreement with the club," he said. "We are working hard. I hope it is handled quickly and I can stay connected to this great club for a long time."

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