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The Black and Blues

Dutch midfielder Wesley Sneijder is Inter Milan's crucial link between midfielders and forwards. A player who can deliver punishing shots with both feet, Sneijder is known for his strength, shooting and attacking abilities. Sneijder progressed through the Ajax academy to the senior level, signed with Real Madrid and came to Inter Milan in 2009.

Support Inter Milan when you're wearing this official home jersey from Nike!

Inter's new home jersey has the traditional black and blue sublimated stripe design.

This Dri-FIT jersey has the Inter Milan team badge and championship star embroidered over the left chest and the Nike Swoosh logo embroidered over the right. Sponsor design is screened at front. INTER is printed beneath the back collar in silicon lettering

100% recycled polyester. Imported.


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