Inter loanee Radja Nainggolan could follow Diego Godin and move on a permanent deal to Cagliari this summer.
The Belgian midfielder returned to Sardinia on loan in the summer of 2019 and was part of a team that started the season with flying style.
After having performed their best first half of the campaign since the Scudetto winners from 1969-70, the Rossoblu’s decline started in 2020 and continued into the new season.
Nainggolan returned to Inter last summer and spent the first six months with the Beneamata, before he returned for a third stint with the Casteddu.
Il Corriere dello Sport reports he’s no longer part of the plans at the Giuseppe Meazza and it could pave the way for a permanent move to the Sardegna Arena.
The report reveals the Nerazzurri could save about €4m plus bonuses in wages and for this reason could be ready to negotiate a permanent move similar to the deal struck with Cagliari over Diego Godin last summer, when reports revealed the Nerazzurri had agreed a severance package with the Uruguayan.
The newspaper claims the two parties have already entered talks over Nainggolan’s future and could take important steps towards reaching an agreement already next week.