Inter Milan target Radja Nainggolan has been offered a new contract by his current club, Roma, according to Gazzetta dello Sport.
The 29-year-old met with sporting director Monchi, and they spoke about a renewal until 2021. His yearly wages would be over €4 million, a rise in €1 million from his current income.
The Belgian international told dh.net:
I’ve already said that I want to stay at Roma,
I have made promises, I have respected them, and now it’s Roma’s turn. I am a man of my word, and Roma have made me promises, too.
It looks unlikely that the Nerazzurri will secure his signature, as he seems to be set on staying in Rome.
Roma have already extended the contracts of Kostas Manolas and Kevin Strootman, they are also eager to keep another big name.
Nainggolan has made 124 appearances and scored 24 goals for Roma, including when he was on loan with them from Cagliari. Furthermore, he has made 29 appearances and scored six goals for Belgium since making his debut in 2009.