World Football Gossip Roundup: Wesley Sneijder, Cristiano Ronaldo, Theo Walcott
The (latest) Wesley Sneijder transfer saga could be coming to a close, with Inter Milan reportedly accepting an offer for their Dutch playmaker.
So, which team lodged the bid?
That story leads this Thursday edition of the B/R World Football Gossip Roundup. Inside, we also have gossip about Cristiano Ronaldo, Theo Walcott, Yann M'Vila and more.
Keep reading for all the details.
Inter Milan Accept Bid from Galatasaray for Wesley Sneijder
Inter Milan have accepted a bid from Galatasaray for midfield playmaker Wesley Sneijder (via BBC Sport).
Gala, the defending Turkish champions, will reportedly pay Inter €10 million for Sneijder and match his salary demands.
Inter president Massimo Moratti said: "Galatasaray's offer satisfies us. Now it depends on the player."
Sneijder, 28, has been involved in a contract dispute with Inter. In November, the club told Sneijder he would not play again until he took a paycut. He declined and has not played since.
Sneijder joined Inter from Real Madrid in 2009.
Cristiano Ronaldo on PSG Rumors: Anything Is Possible
Cristiano Ronaldo has left open the possibility of leaving Real Madrid in the summer for Paris Saint-Germain (via ESPN FC).
Ronaldo hit a hat-trick as Real crushed Celta Vigo 4-0 in the Copa del Rey on Wednesday. After the match, he fielded questions from reporters about a possible move to PSG.
He said: "I am not going to talk now about other clubs. I have a contract and am fine here, but in the world of football anything is possible."
Earlier this week, PSG director of football Leonardo de Araujo expressed similar sentiments, saying "anything is possible" for the Qatari-backed club (via Marca).
He said: "PSG has become the club where anything's possible. Ronaldo has a long contract with Real Madrid and you don't just leave the club like that. There is nothing specific; there's no contact."
Report: Theo Walcott Agrees New Arsenal Deal
Theo Walcott has agreed to terms on a new deal with Arsenal, according to Goal.com's Wayne Veysey.
Walcott, 23, would earn almost £90,000 per week with his new deal, which would run four-and-a-half years. Arsenal had not announced any agreement as of Thursday morning.
On Wednesday, The Guardian and others reported that the deal would total £25 million, including a signing bonus of around £3 million.
Rennes to Let Yann M'Vila Leave?
French club Stade Rennais have said midfielder Yann M'Vila will be allowed to leave the club in January (via ESPN.co.uk).
M'Vila, a 22-year-old defensive midfielder, has been capped 22 times by France. His reputation, however, has been hurt by a series of disciplinary issues.
"It's possible (he'll leave) if we get some interesting offers," Rennes general manager Pierre Dreossi told radio station RMC. "He wants to leave, but if it doesn't happen, it will be next summer. It's no catastrophe."
Earlier this week, Metro reported that Queens Park Rangers and Zenit St. Petersburg are interested in M'Vila. Arsenal, who were linked to the midfielder last summer, have reportedly not renewed their interest.
Manchester United Interested in La Liga Keeper, Striker?
Manchester United are interested in Atletico Madrid B keeper David Gil, according to Marca.
Sir Alex Ferguson's brother, Martin, has reportedly scouted Gil, who has represented Spain at multiple youth levels.
Meanwhile, talkSPORT reports that Martin Ferguson has scouted Rayo Vallecano's 20-year-old striker Léo Baptistão.
Baptistão recorded an assist in Rayo's 3-1 league win over Getafe last weekend and could be available for just £1.6 million.