Rome: Dutch footballer Wesley Sneijder is reportedly set on his way to Paris Saint-Germain following a contract renewal row with Italian giants Inter Milan.
The Dutchman has been told he won't play until he signs a new contract which lowers his six million euro per season wages, reports Xinhua.
According to SportMediaset, a deal has already been struck with PSG to sell the midfielder next month when the transfer window opens.
Sneijder is reportedly set on his way to join Paris Saint-Germain following a contract renewal row with Inter Milan.
The 28-year-old has already been heavily linked with the French club, though there is also interest from Manchester United, Manchester City and reportedly even AC Milan.