ANOTHER NO FROM WES
Inter retry the dialogue but Sneijder does not yield. The way out here is a farewell.
Branca invites the Dutch to listen to the club’s ideas on contracts: no response.
Diplomacy is being worked at.
Milan – Wesley Sneijder and Andrea Stramaccioni spoke at length after a training session yesterday and this is something major. In this extremely delicate phase, with the shadow of the global union of players accusing Inter of blackmailing, each step is important. Ever since this situation started a few weeks ago, everything at Appiano Gentile has become more amplified. The choice of leaving Sneijder our of his squad is an important signal showing that Andrea Stramaccioni is in full support of Marco Branca and the club. Not only that, this gesture is also linked to the lack of communication with the player and his representatives. The club has been trying to work on a new contract for Sneijder since last summer.
Mediation In all of this, Branca is trying to find the right way to address the issue but has always been rejected. First contact would be with Wes then another meeting with Lerby, the player’s Danish agent. Nothing was done. There was never any talk of a possible new contract figure. And this lack of communication has led to the club choosing the path of “pause for technical reflection.” A move that lends itself to a misunderstanding of “blackmail” envisaged by FIFPRO. Inter, however, continue hoping that Sneijder would at least agree to know the ideas that this club has in mind so that both parties can sit down and work together.
The attempt So much so that Marco Branca, on Wednesday, proposed to the Dutch a meeting to clarify the situation. An invitation that has been unheeded until last night. Clearly that Wesley Sneijder does not intend to listen. Everyone really needs a diplomatic solution. The real risk is that things could become more heated and that’s not good for anyone. Inter have always invested heavily the relationship between the club and the players over the years and therefore, the intention is to get out of this deadlock as soon as possible. In the upcoming weeks a psychological game will be played. Who will be the firs tto give concrete signal? The January window is upon us and that could be the salvation for all.
Way out Wesley Sneijder has always been linked with a move away from the Giuseppe Meazza over the past several seasons. There was a Manchester derby but it did not coincide economic needs. The history repeated last summer but interested parties did not meet Inter’s expectations. And so we are at this point where Inter want to flatten that mountains of wages and critical issues in the relationship with Wes are born. And all the physical problems certainly did not help. The result is that now we really need to turn the page to find quickly a constructive spirit and Branca is hard at work to find a solution. In 2009, Inter acquired a much saddened Wesley Sneijder from Madrid and both began a wonderful relationship. And if they can rekindle the flame?
Source: Gazzetta dello Sport