Cagliari have agreed to sell Radja Nainggolan to Juventus – but it is unclear whether the transfer will take place now or in the summer.
“Cagliari have a moral agreement with Juventus director general Beppe Marotta,” Cagliari chief Massimo Cellino told Tuttosport.
“My player was also left bewitched by the Bianconeri’s new stadium.”
The 23-year-old has been increasingly linked with the Old Lady over the last few months given the club’s need for a new midfielder.
The ball-winner, born in Belgium, joined the Stadio Sant’Elia outfit in January 2010 on a loan deal from Piacenza. He was signed outright at the end of that campaign.
Nainggolan, who has scored one goal in 18 League games this season, is valued at around €15m.
It’s thought that Juve would want Nainggolan immediately, but Tuttosport claims that the transfer will take place at the end of the season.
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