Galatasaray Part Ways With Wesley Sneijder

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Istanbul giants Galatasaray said that Dutch worldwide midfielder Wesley Sneijder was leaving the club by mutual agreement after over four seasons that saw him become a big favourite with fans.

The 33-year-old spent three and a half years with the Turkish giants after falling out with his former club Inter Milan. A return to Serie A with Sampdoria has been mooted as has a lucrative move to the MLS with LA Galaxy but Sneijder insists he's in no rush to make a decision.

Galatasaray confirmed in a statement that should Sneijder sign with another Turkish team in the next three years, he will have to pay the club €20m.

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Sneijder, who would become the first Designated Player at the club should he agree a move, was due to be paid €4.5million during the 2017-18 Turkish Super Lig season before agreeing to terminate his deal.

"I'll go to Amsterdam and from there I will check what I will do". I trust in my qualities.

"Of course I feel sad". If you have to leave like that, it's not very nice.

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"The coach made his choice". If some coach doesn't want to work with you then you have to look for something else.

"If he doesn't want to use you anymore, then you don't have a jersey number".

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