Two transfer stories that are taking up a lot of the Inter director’s time could soon be coming to an end, according to a report in the Italian print media.

As has been reported by Tuttosport, the complicated negotiations involved in the sales of Radja Nainggolan and Joao Mario have been taking up a lot of the focus at Inter which is not ideal as there are plenty of other deals to be cracking on with.

The issue that has been holding up Radja Nainggolan’s permanent move to Cagliari from Inter is that he believes he is owed severance pay by the Nerazzurri, but they have been very reluctant to pay that to him. That issue appears to have now been sorted out.

As for Joao Mario, everything is in place for him to move to Benfica for €8 million but Inter first need to make sure that the compensation clause that Sporting Lisbon believe exists is not actually legal.