Sneijder to honour Inter deal
Wesley Sneijder won't rule out the possibility of finishing his career back at Ajax Amsterdam, but for now he remains committed to Inter Milan.
The Netherlands international, whose contract at the San Siro expires in 2015, remains a hot topic of speculation from season to season.
Having previously been linked with a move to Manchester United, Fenerbahce have recently been credited with an interest in the 28-year-old's services along with his former club Real Madrid.
But Sneijder has insisted he is happy to see out his current deal with the Nerazzurri, where he has taken to new Inter boss Andrea Stramaccioni.
"I want to stay at Inter," the Dutch playmaker told Gazzetta dello Sport. "I have never, never thought about leaving Inter. I like the team, the city, the club, and I also like the coach.
"Never say never, but now it's too soon to think about this.
"I have a deal with Inter until 2015 and I want, as a minimum, to remain until the end of the contract."
Sneijder added: "Stramaccioni talks a lot with me, about everything. This lets me feel his faith and this is good for each player."