Manchester United and Manchester City could lose out on their chase for Wesley Sneijder after Galatasaray have revealed that they will meet his demands in order to convince him to stay, Mirror reports.
The 30-year-old was tipped for an exit after the Turkish side was accused of not meeting his wage demands and have been very slow in paying him regularly, alerting both Manchester clubs as well as Southampton in recent weeks.
Due to Sneijder’s situation, the interested parties were all believed to be able to negotiation a cut-price deal to secure his move to the Premier League.
However, it is now said that Galatasaray will meet the contract agreements made with the Netherlands international, a move which could mean his potential switch to Manchester could now be off.
The Saints have now pulled out of the race for his signature after Ronald Koeman earlier admitted that his wage demands were too high, leaving both Louis van Gaal and Manuel Pellegrini to consider their options in regards to his services.