Inter have submitted their first official offer to Roma for Radja Nainggolan as per a report from Gazzetta dello Sport who report the bid consists of a €22 million fee plus a Primavera Player.
The negotiations for the Belgian have officially come alive and now all that remains is to wait for confirmation once the clubs have found an agreement, since the personal terms between Radja and Suning have already been agreed.
There could today be another meeting between the two clubs in Milan to further discuss the figures of the deal today, but in any case, serious steps have now been taken by the Nerazzurri.
The Giallorossi – who seem intent on selling the 30-year-old – are asking for €40 million, so there is clearly a substantial difference between the two clubs. The feeling is that the deal will be eventually come to fruition, for several reasons. The first, is the relationship between Nainggolan and Luciano Spalletti. Secondly, the relationship between Inter and the player’s agent Beltrami is very good. Finally, Roma have put both Nainggolan and Strootman up for sale this window, but would far prefer to keep Strootman over Nainggolan.