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    Sneijeder: ‘Inter mistreated me, I dream of playing for AC Milan’

    Sneijeder: ‘Inter mistreated me, I dream of playing for AC Milan’

    Former Inter star Wesley Sneijeder has released a surprising interview with La Gazzetta Sportiva claiming that he was not happy at how he had to leave the Serie A giants in 2013 and that he dreams of playing for the nerazzuri hatred rivals AC Milan.

    “I gave everything at Inter, but it didn’t end up well. Then, I’ve always dreamt of playing for AC Milan. If I’d return in Italy, I’d like to play for AC Milan.”

    “I think, however, that I’ll never return in Italy. My family is happy in Istanbul and the Turkish league is more challenging than what one would think. I’m getting old, but I can still play. I’d like to play for AC Milan before the end of my career, but I don’t think that it’s going to happen. I could have moved to Juventus, but I’d only leave in Milan.”

    “I wouldn’t have left Inter, but I wanted to play or I would have lost my spot in the national team. I’m proud of what I achieved with this club.”

    ​Sneijder has also shared his thoughts on Inter’s decision to sack his compatriot Frank De Boer.

    “He needed more time, he was not treated properly and I think that Inter finished with the exit of Moratti. A club need a leader, players need a reference point. I’m sure players do not even know new Chinese owners.”

    “Sacking De Boer was a mistake he would have not accepted the job if he knew they would have force him to play Gabigol because they’ve paid him € 40 million.”

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