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Wednesday, 17 August 2011

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Utd fans could still see the best side of Mrs Sneijder if she throws a tantrum!

The long saga of Dutch international being transferred to Man Utd is certainly over, dead and buried and done (as if it ever was alive).

The Inter Milan president has confirmed the fact that Wesley is not for sale and any offer will be refused although Wesley has even offered to drop his wage demands to join the Manchester club.

The Inter president gave the following statement:

"Over mia deada body, never willa Wes leava Inter and Man U cana stuffa themselves unlessa theya offera overa 35 milliona!"

But there is a clause in Wesley's contract with Inter which could actually swing the whole on-off saga in United's favour; his wife (????)

It seems that Yolanthe Sneijder, quite a cracker actually and very ambitious is especially craving to become a world star on English speaking TV. She had a condition written in Wes's contract that if she demanded Wes to move, stamped her feet loud enough and called the Inter president a moron in perfect Italian, Wes could move.

Now it all depends on the gorgeous Yolanthe throwing a tantrum and Inter will then be forced into selling Wes to Utd, get it?

Man United fans and the author are praying it's the time of the month, she feels depressed, her hormones start playing up and she stamps her feet, it's our only hope!

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