Inter Milan president Massimo Moratti has cleared the way for a possible bidding war for midfielder Wesley Sneijder.
The 28-year-old has been holding talks with Galatasaray since Moratti accepted a 10m euro bid for his services two weeks ago, although Sneijder appears reluctant to move to the Turkish giants.
Sneijder has now held a meeting with the Inter president, and both men agree his future has not been decided as yet.
"I met Sneijder. I wanted to have a chat with him, I thought we needed to," Moratti said. "Have we made peace? I don't think there was ever a war in the first place, and certainly not with me personally."
Sneijder has enjoyed a glittering time with the Serie A club for three-and-a-half years, when the club has become Italian and European Champions, and he appears undecided on his plans.
"I spoke a lot with president Moratti because we have a good relationship, we had a good talk, nothing more than that," Sneijder said.
"He said that it's looking like I'll be off to Galatasaray but there's still a slim chance I could stay? What the president said is exactly right.
"Now I don't know whether I'll be saying, 'I am happy here' or 'I was happy here'. One of two things could happen, we'll see."