In-demand midfielder Wesley Sneijder claims Inter Milan will sell him for the right price, but denies speaking with Manchester United or Manchester City.
Sneijder claims Serie A giants Inter "need money" in the latest twist in the ongoing transfer saga, with the Holland international their most valuable asset.
It will take a mammoth offer, though, and 27-year-old Sneijder plans to take a break after the Netherlands' friendly against England at Wembley while his future is decided.
"All I know is that Inter need money and that I'm for sale if the right offer comes in," Sneijder told Voetbal International.
"I have five days off after the friendly against England on Wednesday. I expect clarity on my future by then.
"I can be very brief about the interest from Manchester United and City - I haven't spoken with either of those two clubs, so I can't really say much about my future at the moment."
United are thought to have courted the former Real Madrid man all summer, while City boss Roberto Mancini has denied having any interest.