Inter have yet to agree a mutal termination of contract with Belgian midfielder Radja Nainggolan, with the termination a potential step towards a move to Cagliari.

This according to today’s print edition of Milan-based newspaper Gazzetta dello Sport, who report that the terms of the 33-year-old’s departure from the Nerazzurri will dictate his salary demands from the Rossoblu.

Nainggolan’s move to the Rossoblu on a permanent basis has been worked towards by all parties for some time, with the finances involved the only holdup on a deal which would see the midfielder remain at the club where he spent the second half of last season on loan.

Yesterday it is thought that the Belgian’s name was one of the subjects of discussion during a meeting between directors from the two clubs, although a resolution has not yet been found.

With the player seeking severance pay from the Nerazzurri and the terms of such a payment yet to be agreed, the move is in the balance, with the amount given to him by Inter to terminate his contract thought to be connected to the prospective salary terms which he will agree with the Sardinian club, and all parties will have to further coordinate to make a move happen.