Former Netherland and Inter Milan star Wesley Sneijder is set to come out of retirement at the age of 36.
According to RTV Utrecht, Sneijder will begin training with amateur side DHSC on July 27 in the Netherlands.
The 2010 treble winner with Inter, will build up his fitness with the fifth-tier side based in Utrecht.
Sneijder retired from professional football in August after finishing his career with spells at Galatasaray, Nice and Qatari outfit Al-Gharafa.
His decision to come out of retirement comes just weeks after former international team-mate Arjen Robben sensationally performed his own career U-turn.
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Robben, also 36, made an emotional return to boyhood club FC Groningen, the side where he started his career, after being persuaded to make the move by his wife.
Sneijder, who also featured for Real Madrid and capped a record 134 times by his country, is believed to be interested in a return to…
Source: Complete Sports