Reported Manchester City target Wesley Sneijder has insisted that he will be staying with Inter Milan next season.
The Dutch midfield schemer, who is believed to be one of Roberto Mancini's top summer targets, is also understood to be on Manchester United's radar as Sir Alex Ferguson looks at potential successors for Paul Scholes.
Sneijder is believed to be one of those Ferguson is considering, along with Tottenham's Luka Modric, but now the former Real Madrid star insists he is planning on staying with Inter.
"Next season? I'll be here," he told the Corriere dello Sport.
Sneijder is set to return to fitness this weekend in time to feature for Inter in the final of the Coppa Italia, when they will face Palermo.
"I've been training with the squad without any problems," he continued.
"I'll certainly be there against Palermo.
"I want to play and win the Coppa Italia so that we can end the season in a good manner."