Southampton manager Ronald Koeman has ruled out a potential move for Manchester United target Wesley Sneijder by admitting that his move will cost too much for the club, Talksports reports.
The 30-year-old attacking midfielder is tipped to be on his way out of Galatasaray in January with the Saints boss revealing that he is interested in acquiring his services.
However, Koeman has now ruled out the possibility of adding the Dutch star to his side because his agent, who also represents Sneijder, advised him that the cost of the move is too high for the club.
He said: “I’m interested, but I know we can’t pay him.
“There’s nothing in it, and I know that because his agent is my agent.”
Apart from the interest from United, Manchester City are also said to be lining up a move to sign him in January should he decide to leave the Turkish giants.