Sneijder set to sign new Inter deal

Inter Milan winger Wesley Sneijder has revealed he is set to extend his contract at the San Siro by a further two years.

The Holland international has been in talks with the Serie A outfit since June with regards to an extension.

The 26-year-old is now on the verge of putting pen to paper, until June 2015.

"This is my club," Sneijder told Corriere dello Sport. "I am very happy here and in 15 days’ time I will complete the deal for my renewal."

According to local media reports, under the new deal, Sneijder will earn six million euros per annum.

Sneijder joined Inter from Real Madrid in the summer of 2009.

Meanwhile, Inter president Massimo Moratti has denied reports the club have made a move to sign Real Madrid star Kaka.

The Brazil international has been linked with a return to Serie A since the summer, with Inter reportedly keen to acquire his services.

When asked about Kaka, Moratti said: "We have never entered in any negotiations for the Brazilian."

The 28-year-old moved to Madrid last year from Inter’s city rivals AC Milan but has struggled with injuries during his time in the Spanish capital.

He is currently sidelined with a right knee problem and is not expected to return to action until December.