Inter have agreed to pay midfielder Radja Nainggolan a severance payment to facilitate the 33-year-old’s move to Cagliari.

This according to Italian news outlet, who report that the Nerazzurri have offered the Belgian a payment of €1 million to terminate his contract in preparation for a move although the player has demanded €1.5 million.

Nainggolan is not thought to be a player with a future at the Giuseppe Meazza, and the club are hoping to offload the player and his substantial wages in the summer.

The midfielder spent the second half of last season on loan with Cagliari, and it is thought that a permanent stay with the Sardinian club is his preference.

However, the deal has not yet been completed despite several weeks of negotiations, with the player’s demand for severance pay from the Nerazzurri thought to be the most significant hurdle.

Should the player accept Inter’s offer, there should be no remaining obstacles, and he will sign for Cagliari who have offered him a two-year deal with the option of a third season.