Radja Nainggolan has a great desire to continue his Inter career according to a report in today’s print edition of Italian daily newspaper Corriere dello Sport.

The Belgian was deemed to be out of the club’s project this past Summer and was subsequently loaned out to fellow Serie A side Cagliari, where he is idolised.

Nainggolan has a lot of gratitude for letting him get back on track and show what he is capable of and he wants to return to Inter and stay.

The former Roma midfielder will try and further prove his worth when the 2019/20 Serie A season resumes in the coming weeks with the aim of convincing Inter manager Antonio Conte and club management to give him another chance.

The report goes on to explain that Inter’s stance on a second chance has changed in recent months. It will be difficult to bank a lot of cash from Nainggolan and therefore Inter could let him stay with the club and play a part.

Nainggolan, who is under contract until 2022, may even be handed a contract extension by the Nerazzurri, perhaps to give them more power if they go to sell him.

The report concludes that it is unthinkable that Cagliari will pursue a permanent move for him and it is highly unlikely that Inter chief executive Giuseppe ‘Beppe’ Marotta will agree to another loan.