Inter Milan legend Wesley Sneijder has been told that he will not play for the club ever again, if his contract is not adjusted.

The Dutchman was a Manchester United target in the summer but decided to stay in Italy, however it seems his future may not lie at Inter after the player has refused to make ‘necessary’ changes to his contract.

United may well look at a January move for the talented midfielder if the situation hasn’t cleared up by the New Year.

“The situation with Wes, who is part of the history of this club and a player we all care about, is that we’ve been discussing a possible – and for us necessary – adjustment to his contract for a while,” Inter sporting manager Marco Branca told the clubs website.

“We want to give the player and his entourage all the time they need to consider the terms of our proposal carefully, so the coach and the club have decided not to use the player in this period until things are clearer.”

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