Serie A side Cagliari have revealed how much it will take on the transfer market to sign Radja Nainggolan.
The Belgium international is of interest to a number of sides this summer, but he won’t be allowed to leave on the cheap.
“I’ve promised him that I would let him go if a big club came in for him with a bid,” President Massimo Cellino told Unione Sarda.
“However, the offer has to be a big one – an offer that is not any smaller than €18m.”
Nainggolan, a midfielder, was targeted by Juventus in January, while he has known admirers in Russia with Zenit St Petersburg very keen.
Cellino also confirmed that boss Massimo Ficcadenti was going nowhere.
“I met him two days after the championship ended,” the club official added. “I showed him our plans for the future and he enthusiastically agreed with them.”
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