Galatasaray midfielder Wesley Sneijder is open to moving away from the Turkish side in the near future, as reported by the Daily Express.
That is according to his agent, while the player himself has repeatedly insisted that he wants to stay with the Turkish club.
A series of problems at the side, primarily financial, mean that there has been trouble in getting him to commit, and there have been problems between the player and manager too.
He was left on the bench by former Italy boss Cesare Prandelli for the side’s 3-0 loss to Trabzonspor, a devastating result for a side that generally bosses the league.
Tax reform could cut Sneijder’s wages going forward, and this news, along with the non-payment of wages, was leaked to the press.
While talks are already underway about a new deal to fix that issue, his agent Guido Albers says that these might collapse if he isn’t played.
Speaking on Bugun TV he said: “Today, we plan on talking to the club to get their thoughts on the future of Wesley. I do not know why he is not playing.
“He wants to stay, but nobody likes to be on the bench so we will see…”
Both Chelsea and Man Utd have chased Sneijder in the past, and could now look to move again.