Cagliari President Tommaso Giulini is considering filing a complaint to UEFA regarding Inter’s behaviour with respect to the transfer saga for Rossoblu midfielder Nahtian Nandez.
This according to today’s print edition of Cagliari-based newspaper L’Unione Sarda, who report that the Cagliari President is unhappy with the fact that the player has refused to show up for training after having his head turned by the Nerazzurri, and could seek recourse.
Nandez wants an Inter move and has been attempting to persuade his club to go along with a deal since the Nerazzurri stepped up their interest, so much so that he has refused to return to training.
A meeting is scheduled today between Nandez and Cagliari head coach Leonardo Semplici to deal with the situation, but Giulini is far from happy with the Nerazzurri.
The Cagliari President is still willing to deal for the player, but is seeking a higher loan fee from Inter in light of the expected windfall coming in from Romelu Lukaku’s sale, while the Nerazzurri are holding firm to the terms which had originally been discussed for a deal.
Giulini believes that with the Nerazzurri’s continued pressing for the Uruguayan he has not fully committed to the team, though it remains to be seen if this will move the President to formally report them.