Galatasaray president Unal Aysal has revealed that the Turkish giants have yet to receive a bid for Wesley Sneijder, despite the playmaker having been linked with both Manchester United and Monaco.
Sneijder has a release clause of €20m in his contract at the Turk Telekom Arena and Aysal has previously admitted that any interested club need not even talk to Galatasaray if they deposit the sum of the clause at the bank.
The midfielder himself also stirred the transfer pot by explaining he would find a call from new Manchester United manager Louis van Gaal hard to refuse.
Speaking at the World Cup, Sneijder said: "I'm happy in Turkey, but if Van Gaal made me an offer I would consider it because no Dutchman can say no to him and not everyone is lucky enough to get into his good books."
Aysal though says no bid has arrived for Sneijder or his Galatasaray team-mate Fernando Muslera, who has also been linked with an exit, while at the same time hinting at a possible asking price below the clause.
"We have not received any bids for either Fernando Muslera or Wesley Sneijder", Aysal explained to reporters.
"Both players are very important to this team and therefore they have a certain transfer value", the Galatasaray powerbroker continued.
"We will not sell these players for less than their asking price and that has put off some interested clubs.
"If a club want one of these players, they will have to pay.
"We are only willing to listen to bids that meet our asking price. Of course, if the clause amount is met, we can't do anything."
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