Cagliari midfielder has urged his current club to make sure that a deal with Inter can be done, with the player strongly hoping to join the Nerazzurri this summer.

This according to today’s print edition of Rome-based newspaper Corriere dello Sport, who report that Cagliari president Tommaso Giulini has made his demands clear to the Nerazzurri, but that the player is also hoping to have his say.

Inter have stepped up their pursuit of the versatile Uruguayan recently, with the Cagliari man thought to be an option to replace the departed Achraf Hakimi on the right side of the team after his impressive displays in the position under Rossoblu manager Leonardo Semplici.

Talks have been accelerated between the Nerazzurri and the Rossoblu over the 25-year-old, and the Sardinian club have made clear their demand of either €10 million for a dry loan for the player, or €2 million in addition to paying the entire gross €8.5 million salary of Radja Nainggolan should he join Cagliari.

It remains to be seen whether the two clubs can reach an agreement, though the player is firm in his desire to join Inter, which could play a role in determining the outcome of negotiations.