Inter Milan's Wesley Sneijder has said he would like to join Manchester United and that "unofficial talks" have taken place with the league champions.
The 27-year-old midfielder has been linked with a move to Old Trafford during the summer and recently said he could be sold at the "right amount".
Asked if he was keen to move, Sneijder told www.nos.nl: "Yes, but United haven't made an official approach yet.
"There have been unofficial talks and there have been contacts."
He added: "I have contacts with everybody."
In July, United manager Sir Alex Ferguson denied making a contract offer to Sneijder, while Inter said they had not had an approach from United.
Sneijder said: "The situation is that I am now an Inter player and chances are that I will still be that come 31 August. There is also a chance I could leave.
"That isn't really down to me but the club. I think Inter have been very clear: if a good offer comes in, they have to let me go.
"They don't want to lose me but there is a chance they will let me go.
"If something crosses my path, I have enough time to make my decision."