Italian journalist Fabio Caressa discussed the idea of seeing Belgian midfielder Radja Nainggolan back in the Inter squad for next season, as well as Aleksandar Kolarov and Lautaro Martinez in an interview with Italian radio broadcaster Deejay Football Club yesterday.
“If I were Inter, I would try to reintegrate Nainggolan. If I were to talk man to man with Conte, in my opinion Nainggolan can have a great season.”
He then touched on how the Nerazzurri have good options for free kicks thanks to their signings this year.
“Inter have Eriksen, and Kolarov, who are good at set pieces. Kolarov is useful because he can play in a three or four man defense and be a wing bask in the 3-5-2.”
Finally, Caressa spoke about 23-year-old Argentine striker Lautaro Martinez, who is still being linked with Catalan giants Barcelona.
The Blaugrana are planning to launch one final attempt to sign the player, and his agents are currently in Catalonia.
“Lautaro? It seems to me difficult to do such high-profile deals, you have to sell as well. Whoever sells them makes a big jump, but you have to find a team willing to buy them.”
The 32-year-old Nainggolan, who is contracted to the Nerazzurri until 2022, returned to Milan to join the Inter squad after his loan spell with Cagliari expired.
The former Roma midfielder is now working hard in training in an attempt to convince coach Antonio Conte to keep him in the squad for next season. The Rossoblu were unable to afford the 32-year-old.