Inter are continuing talks with Cagliari over moves for Nahitan Nandez and Radja Nainggolan, but there is still distance between the demands of each club.

This according to today’s print edition of Rome-based newspaper Corriere dello Sport, who report the details of the demands of each club during talks yesterday.

Cagliari are said to have asked for a €10 million loan fee for Nandez, with an additional €20 million for the option to buy the 25-year-old on a permanent basis, which would become an obligation should the Nerazzurri qualify for the Champions League or should the player make twenty appearances in an Inter shirt.

Additionally, the Rossoblu would like to bring Nainggolan in on another paid loan worth €2 million, but with the Nerazzurri covering the player’s full salary in the form of severance pay.

Inter, for their part, want to pay €2-3 million gross in compensation to Nainggolan rather than covering the full salary on the remaining year of his contract, and it remains to be seen if the two clubs can come closer on the situations of Nandez and Nainggolan.