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Wesley Sneijder is keeping the door open for a possible Premier League move by maintaining he will not be rushed into joining Galatasaray.
The midfielder is surplus to requirements at Inter Milan, who accepted a bid from the Turkish giants on Monday.
Inter president Massimo Moratti then issued Sneijder with an unofficial 24 hour deadline to decide upon his future but the Dutchman refuses to be rushed into any move amid speculation he is holding our for a last-minute approach from Tottenham or Liverpool.
"Look, all the players in this market period must decide what to do and where to go by January 31, and I will too," Sneijder told Gazzetta dello Sport.
"I'm not in a rush and I won't be rushed.
"After everything I have done I don't want to feel like this, almost forced to choose in a short time on a major step in my life."
Sneijder was by released for the Serie A winter break two games ahead of the rest of the Inter squad and has not featured for the first team since September after rejecting a proposed two million euro pay cut.
Both club and player are eager to bring the uncomfortable stand-off to an end, but Sneijder is adamant his next move will not be driven by the size of the salary on offer, saying: "No, it is not a question of money."