All the latest transfer news from Manchester United as the club are linked with a another move for Wesley Sneijder and reports claim that Manchester City bound Samir Nasri wanted to join the Premier League champions.
Manchester United has not given up the chase for Wesley Sneijder according to reports in the Sun.
The newspaper claims that Manchester United have not given up their pursuit of the iconic Dutchman and will continue to work on the deal right up until the last minute of the transfer window.
Manchester United is expected to offer Inter Milan a final £35m transfer fee for a player who has said he is 'desperate' to leave the San Siro club. President Massimo Moratti has said that Wesley Sneijder will not leave the club this summer stating that a potential transfer is impossible and the Dutchman is 'going nowhere.'
However, any potential deal still hinges on the Dutchman lowering his reported £200,000 wage demands with the newspaper claiming Manchester United will offer the midfielder £140,000 per week.
The Daily Mirror has revealed that Samir Nasri's first choice was to join Manchester United but a transfer never materialised.
The English tabloid has claimed that Samir Nasri wanted to join the Premier League Champions but Sir Alex Ferguson never made a formal offer to Arsenal or the player.