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Thursday June 11 2020
Torino queue up for Nainggolan?

Torino are reportedly pursuing a loan deal for Inter loanee Radja Nainggolan, who will most likely return from Cagliari this summer.

The future of the former Roma star has been uncertain since Antonio Conte arrived at the Giuseppe Meazza and after having been shipped out on loan to Cagliari last summer, Tuttosport claims it could happen again ahead of next season.

The Turin based newspaper claims Torino are following the 32-year-old’s situation, as he returns to an unclear situation in Milan.

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Tuesday June 9 2020
Calf strain for Nainggolan

Cagliari midfielder Radja Nainggolan has sustained a right calf strain during training.

A statement from the Sardinians confirmed tests showed a Grade I lesion to the soleus muscle in the right calf.

He will begin to undergo physiotherapy and is therefore at risk for their first Serie A game back against Hellas Verona on June 20.

After that, there is another trip to SPAL on June 23.

Nainggolan is 32 years old and so far this season has contributed five goals and five assists in 21 Serie A appearances for Cagliari.

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Tuesday June 9 2020
Marotta: 'Waiting for Barcelona'

Inter director Beppe Marotta is ‘waiting to see what Barcelona do’ about the Lautaro Martinez clause, is vague on Sandro Tonali and Radja Nainggolan, while ‘everyone is happy’ with Mauro Icardi’s move.

The Nerazzurri chief sat down for an interview with Sky Sport Italia, covering various big transfer stories of the summer.

“We want to reinforce the squad and, like all big clubs, don’t tend to sell their stars,” said Marotta when asked about Lautaro Martinez and the €111m release clause.

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Tuesday June 9 2020
Inter try to convince Lautaro

Inter CEO Beppe Marotta wants to sit down with Lautaro Martinez and ‘make him understand’ that he will be better off staying at San Siro.

The Nerazzurri director spoke about the upcoming operations and the deals already done, revealing the move to Paris Saint-Germain for former captain Mauro Icardi had pleased all parties involved.

“Icardi was no longer part of our project,” Marotta told Corriere dello Sport. “We had to accommodate him in a satisfying way for him and us, and we did. The end was absolutely pleasant.

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Sunday June 7 2020
Zaniolo and Nainggolan reverse transfer?

In a remarkable twist, it’s reported Nicolò Zaniolo could return to Inter in exchange for cash plus Radja Nainggolan – the exact reverse of the move that took him to Roma.

The decision to include Zaniolo as part of the Nainggolan deal in 2018 is probably the highlight of Monchi’s Giallorossi career, as the teenager proved to be a huge hit.

Whereas Zaniolo has gone from strength to strength, Nainggolan struggled at Inter and was loaned to Cagliari.

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Sunday June 7 2020
'Nainggolan can return to Inter'

Cagliari President Tommaso Giulini has cast doubt on Radja Nainggolan staying beyond this summer. “I think he can be part of Inter’s team next season.”

Nainggolan has spent the season back on loan at Cagliari, but the Sardinians do not have an option to sign him outright and there are reports Inter would like to hold on to him in 2020-21.

“Things change from year to year,” Giulini told Radio Radio.

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Monday June 1 2020
'Nainggolan will return to Roma'

Former Cagliari owner Massimo Cellino believes Radja Nainggolan is destined to return to Roma. “It’s his dream.”

Cellino brought Nainggolan to Cagliari in January 2010 from Piacenza and the midfielder has since gone back to Sardinia on a season-long loan.

However, the arrangement will expire once the campaign concludes and the Brescia President expects the 32-year-old to embark on a second spell at Roma.

“It’s hard not to love him,” he told Corriere dello Sport.

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Sunday May 31 2020
Nainggolan mourns niece death

Cagliari midfielder Radja Nainggolan is mourning the death of his niece after she sadly lost her battle with cancer.

Sport Mediaset reports his niece had been suffering from the illness for a long time.

“Honey, we all miss you. Your boyfriend, kids, dad, brothers and sisters, everyone,” he wrote on Instagram.

“So young, I still can’t believe it. Now go to mum and give her a big hug. She’ll protect you even more.”

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Friday May 29 2020
Ausilio: 'Tonali has Inter quality'

Piero Ausilio confirms Sandro Tonali ‘has the quality to play for Inter’, he is ‘working’ to sign Georgios Vagiannidis and that Radja Nainggolan could yet stay.

In the the fourth and final part of his Sky Sport Italia interview, Ausilio revealed Inter’s interest in Vagiannidis - an 18-year-old Panathinaikos right-back with an expiring contract - and Hertha BSC winger Matheus Cunha.

“We know him [Cunha], he has some very good representatives,” revealed the sporting director.

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Tuesday May 26 2020
Inter ready to bring Nainggolan back

Multiple reports suggest Radja Nainggolan will be welcomed back to Inter next season, as Cagliari director Marcello Carli admits ‘it’s not up to us.’

The midfielder was purchased from Roma for €38m plus Nicolò Zaniolo in the summer of 2018, but sent out on loan to Sardinia only a year later.

“Bringing in Nainggolan was outside of the usual plans, because we considered him a show-stopping player who could help raise the overall level of the squad,” director of sport Carli told Sky Sport Italia.

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