Radja Nainggolan’s sister admits the midfielder ‘isn’t very happy’ with Inter but that ‘there’s no team ready to take him right now.’
CEO Beppe Marotta confirmed on Saturday that Inter were looking to offload Nainggolan, just a year after they sacrificed €24m, Nicolo Zaniolo and Davide Santon to sign him.
“Radja isn’t very happy with what Giuseppe Marotta said,” Riana told Calciomercato.com.
“There’s a good chance that my brother will leave Milan, even if there’s no team ready to take him right now.
“He could also be tempted by an offer from abroad. I’m very close to him, but he still hasn’t told me which team he wants to join. I’d like this issue to be sorted too.”
The Belgian has reportedly turned down lucrative moves to China and Galatasaray. According to FCInterNews, the former Roma midfielder has received high-salary proposals from Jiangsu Suning and Galatasaray, both of which would be on loan with option to buy.
However, he has no intention of making these transfers, even temporarily, which puts Inter in a tough position as they don’t want a player they signed only a year ago.