Inter are working on facilitating the departure of midfielders Arturo Vidal and Radja Nainggolan, but could still face obstacles to either deal, with the Nerazzurri holding firm on not offering incentives to any buying clubs.
Today’s print edition of Milan-based newspaper Gazzetta dello Sport report that while the Nerazzurri want to get both players off of their books, the players’ high wages could cause problems with the club not wanting to offer any incentives to potential buyers.
Vidal is a player who Inter have made clear is not in the club’s plans, and interest in the player has come from the likes of Club America, Marseille, and Trabzonspor, among others.
Club America in particular is a destination which the Chilean midfielder has talked highly of, but so far no clubs have shown the will or the ability to pay the full €6 million net salary commanded by the midfielder in the last year of his contract.
Radja Nainggolan’s move to Cagliari also appears to be held up by wage negotiations, with the Belgian’s €4 million net salary more than the Sardinian club can afford.
However, in this case it is thought that all parties are committed to a deal and that the player would make sacrifices to his wage in order to make sure a deal goes through.