Wesley Sneijder has continued to fuel speculation surrounding a possible summer move away from Inter Milan, with the Manchester United target admitting the Holand v England friendly will be a chance to showcase his skills.

The playmaker has made several comments since the January transfer window hinting that if the right offer were made available, he would consider leaving.

"I am happy at Inter, but we will see. I currently have no contacts with other clubs and I am living day by day," he said just after the January transfer window closed.

"If on the last day of the transfer window an offer had arrived, maybe I would have left. The truth is that I feel at home at Inter, but I do not know where I will play next season."

And now, as the 27 year old prepares to play for Holland against England, he has admitted that he will be putting his skills on show for prospective teams as a summer move beckons.

"The friendly against England - I see it as a great time to show off," he told Calciomercato.com.

"This does not mean that I want to leave Inter, but surely many teams will be looking at this match."

Inter Milan are currently seventh in the Premier League table, and look unlikely to make the Champions League next season.

United were heavily linked with Sneijder last year, and will no doubt continue to do so as the summer draws near.

Chelsea were also recently connected to the former Real Madrid man, with Sneijder reportedly keeping a close eye on the managerial situation at Stamford Bridge, and considering a move on the condition that Jose Mourinho makes a return to the club.

The Blues would be a lot more likely to afford the star's wages than United, with demands of up to £250,000 per week said to have scuppered a deal with the Red Devils.

But with Sneijder making it clear that he would be open to a move away from Inter, both United and Chelsea could be able to get him for cheaper than the £35 million asking price last summer.