Dutch footballer Wesley Sneijder has put Manchester United and Manchester City on alert saying that Inter Milan would sell him for "the right amount".
"All I know is that Inter need money and apparently I'm for sale for the right amount," the BBC quoted Sneijder, as saying.
"I've not spoken with City or United so I cannot say anything about my future," he added.
Sneijder has been linked with United all summer, but City is poised with a 34 million pound bid. He will be in London this week for Holland's friendly with England on Wednesday.
Fernando Torres is confident he can rediscover the form that made him one of the most feared strikers in football as he attempts to spearhead Chelsea's Premier League campaign.
Torres, who admitted the goal in the final of Asia Trophy in Hong Kong had given his confidence a lift, had previously bridled at suggestions that his best days were behind him. "I'm 27. I don't forget to score goals, I will score," Torres said bluntly during a function in Hong Kong.
Xavi out with injury
The Spanish football federation says Barcelona midfielder Xavi Hernandez will miss Spain's friendly away to Italy on Wednesday due to a leg injury. Real Madrid defender Sergio Ramos had earlier been dropped from the squad with an injured back.