Inter are no longer interested in signing Barcelona midfielder Arturo Vidal and are instead considering reintegrating Radja Nainggolan back into the squad, according to a report from today’s paper edition of the Turin based newspaper Tuttosport.

The report details how it seems likely that the 32-year-old Belgian midfielder, who is currently on loan with Cagliari, will return to Milan in the summer.

The Rossoblu are unlikely to pay the €20 million needed to make Nainggolan’s stay in Sardinia permanent, let alone afford his high wages. The player has had a strong season with Cagliari and may have done enough to earn his place back in the Inter squad.

The player has maintained an excellent relationship with the Nerazzurri squad, the report continues, and has never had a problem with coach Antonio Conte. Nainggolan would be a good fit for the Lecce born coach’s tactical system and would allow the club to invest in different roles. The Belgian has scored five goals and provided six assists in 24 appearances this season.