Inter have come to a mutual agreement with Belgian midfielder Radja Nainggolan on the termination of the player’s contract.

This according to Sky Sport Italia transfer market expert Gianluca Di Marzio, who reports on his homepage that the parties met today and came to a final agreement which means that the 33-year-old is no longer an Inter player.

As part of the agreement, the Nerazzurri will pay out 50% of the net wages owed to the midfielder for the final season’s annual wages left on his contract.

Nainggolan had been expected to leave Inter for much of the summer, with his expected destination Cagliari where he spent the second half of last season on loan, but the talks between the two clubs on the player have dragged on far longer than expected.

However, as far as Inter are concerned, the situation has now been resolved with the player no longer under contract with the club, and the Belgian is now free to join the Rossoblu by agreeing terms without the Nerazzurri’s involvement, with the two clubs having been unable to agree a on a formula for a sale throughout their talks.

Nainggolan made 41 appearances and scored seven goals in all appearances for Inter since joining in the summer of 2018.