Sneijder sticks to Inter Milan

07:59, July 09, 2010      

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Netherlands' Wesley Sneijder reacts after their 2010 World Cup semi-final soccer match against Uruguay at Green Point stadium in Cape Town July 6, 2010.(Xinhua/Reuters Photo)

Netherlands midfielder Wesley Sneijder has vowed to stay at Inter Milan, denying reports linking a move to Manchester United.

Sneijder, who has been one of the standout players at the World Cup in South Africa, was quoted Thursday on the Inter website as saying "my heart is in Milan," and that he will be at the European and Italian champion next season.

The Dutchman said "there is still a lot to win" with Inter, according to comments made in South Africa and carried by the club on its website.

Sneijder was part of the Inter side that won the Champions League, the Serie A title and the Italian Cup last season.

He is the joint leading goalscorer at the World Cup with five goals, ahead of Sunday's final against Spain.

Source: Xinhua

Special Report: World Cup 2010

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