MILAN (AP) – Netherlands playmaker Wesley Sneijder appears set to leave Inter Milan following a meeting with the club in an attempt to resolve a contract dispute.
After leaving the meeting with his agent, Sneijder tells reporters, ''I don't want to talk. Something will come out in the afternoon. I've always been well here.''
Sneijder has been sidelined for two months with injury but has now returned to fitness.
Inter caused a stir last month when club director Marco Branca said Sneijder wouldn't play again until he made a decision about his future with a new deal reportedly requiring him to take a pay cut.
Last week, global footballers' union FIFPro highlighted Sneijder's recent exclusion and called for talks about clubs using ''blackmail behavior'' to force players into signing new contracts.