Inter players Radja Nainggolan and Andrea Pinamonti could be included as part of a deal to bring Nahitan Nandez to the Giuseppe Meazza from Cagliari.

This according to today’s print edition of Turin-based newspaper Tuttosport, who detail how the negotiations between the Nerazzurri and the Rossoblu over the futures of several players could possibly become intertwined.

Inter have stepped up their pursuit of Cagliari’s Nandez in recent days, with the versatile Uruguayan having agreed terms with the club and expressed his wishes to join the Nerazzurri to his current club.

However, an agreement has yet to be found between the clubs, with the Rossoblu thought to be demanding a high fee on a paid loan for the 25-year-old, while the Nerazzurri would only be able to go as high as €2-3 million for a fee.

Other players could be involved in the deal, and should the Nerazzurri facilitate the deals for players that the Rossoblu are interested in on a financial level, then the Sardinians could reduce their demands on Nandez.

Radja Nainggolan’s permanent transfer to Cagliari has been in discussion for some time, with the Nerazzurri hoping to the move happening and he is still an Inter player and the player keen to extend his loan stay in Sardinia from the second half of last season on a permanent basis.

Nainggolan’s agent is expected in Milan today to discuss the termination of the Belgian’s contract today, with the issue of severance pay left to settle.

Striker Andrea Pinamonti is another Nerazzurri player who the Rossoblu are interested in, although they would likely only look to bring the 22-year-old in should Giovanni Simeone depart.

Should the Nerazzurri work to make the arrival of either of these players at Cagliari more feasible for the Sardinian club on a financial level, this could be counted towards the valuation of Nandez.