Inter midfielder Radja Nainggolan has talked about his future, with the 33-year-old linked with a permanent move to Cagliari this summer.

Speaking to Belgian newspaper Gazet van Antwerpen, as reported by FCInterNews, the Belgian midfielder explained that he is not yet sure whether he will make a transfer in the summer window.

Nainggolan spent the second half of last season with the Rossoblu, where he was a vital player in Leonardo Semplici’s side avoiding relegation.

The Sardinian club are said to be keen on keeping the Belgian on a permanent basis, while the player is thought to prefer a permanent stay as well.

However, despite the Nerazzurri’s hope of getting the player’s wages off of their books permanently, a deal has not yet been reached which would see the player join the Rossoblue.

It is thought that Cagliari will only wait up to a certain point for the deal to be completed before they become unable to sign the player, though both clubs could still work to close on a deal.

In the player’s own words, he is not yet sure where he will end up, stating the following when asked about his future:

“I’ve read things too. There’s a lot that has been written, but the truth is that I don’t know yet. I’m just enjoying my holidays right now, the market isn’t open yet. We’ll see.”