Inter Milan have again insisted they are not in negotiations with Manchester United over a potential move for Wesley Sneijder but have admitted they would be prepared to sell him for the right price.
Despite United manager Sir Alex Ferguson's persistent claims that he is unlikely to sign Sneijder and Inter constantly denying an offer has been lodged, talk of a £35 million move to Old Trafford has refused to die down.
The Netherlands international is currently in Beijing ahead of Inter's Italian Super Cup clash with AC Milan, and chief executive officer Ernesto Paolillo has once more reiterated that there have been no approaches for the player, although he admitted they would listen to a "non-refusable offer".
"There are no negotiations for him," Paolillo said. "I've already said it and I repeat it - there aren't any negotiations. If an offer arrives that is non-refusable, and this is the same for Sneijder and every other player, only in that moment would we think about what to do."