Italian football journalist Fabrizio Biasin has revealed he is not convinced that there is all that great of a possibility of Radja Nainggolan being reintegrated at Inter.

The Belgian midfielder was deemed to be out of Inter’s project this past Summer and was subsequently shipped out on loan at Cagliari but reports in the media in recent weeks have suggested he could possibly be reintegrated into the squad.

“It is a hardly practical hypothesis. His experience at Inter lasted a year and some kind of judgement was made about him,” Biasin remarked in an interview with Italian radio station Radio Sportiva earlier on today.

He then voiced his opinion on the future of San Siro, which was recently deemed to hold no cultural interest.

“I am very much in love with it and I hope that it can be preserved in some way, otherwise we are looking for a modern solution and move on. The thing I don’t like is that you have to build a plant for two clubs.”

Next Biasin spoke briefly on Inter midfielder Christian Eriksen and other players who have struggled this term at the Nerazzurri: “He will get space to play as will others at Inter.”

Biasin concluded by speaking on Juventus attacker Paulo Dybala, who has today been suggested as Inter’s dream signing in the Italian media ahead of the upcoming Summer transfer window.

“He has no price because he is not for sale. Last summer Inter would have gladly brought him to Milan, perhaps inserted in an exchange with Icardi.”