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One of the hottest rumors floating around at the moment is regarding a possible departure from Inter Milan by midfielder Wesley Sneijder.
The 28-year-old has had a significant falling out with Inter Milan over the past few months, and has not featured for the club since September because of it—leading to the obvious conclusion that he would the start looking for potential transfer options.
It seems obvious that a move will take place, but I'm not completely sold on a deal happening between Inter Milan and somewhere else over the transfer window for a couple of main reasons.
First off, let's recognize that Sneijder is one of the most rumored players in world football. Every week it seems he is making a move to a different club and yet none of them ever seem to come to fruition, like the long-standing Manchester United link.
Second off, Galatasaray are now the favorites to land Sneijder following some interest from lowly Premier League club Queens Park Rangers. I mean, seriously, how do either club think they can pay the incredulous wages that Sneijder is having all these problems over?
The Dutch international has already said he would only move to a few select clubs, and it didn't seem like either was on the shortlist.
But should all of that fall into place and a deal seemingly be agreed, what's to say that Inter will even sell him? They were seemingly very content to be patient throughout contract negotiations when the story first broke, so what's to suggest that they will automatically sell him to the first bidder?
All of those factors combined, I'm going to go out there and say that no move happens for Sneijder this January transfer window.