Radja Nainggolan is no longer considered untouchable by Inter following the arrival of Antonio Conte as head coach, Gazzetta dello Sport confirmed today.
Nainggolan made several negative headlines with his off-pitch antics last season and the Belgian could be axed by Conte as part of his zero-tolerance approach to ill-discipline.
Inter will consider all offers they receive this summer after deciding the 31-year-old is not a central part of their plans going forward.
“Radja knows he’s not considered a key player anymore and is calm about it, but the fact he is no longer important for Inter complicates his future at the club,” Gazzetta reported.
Nainggolan joined Inter from Roma last year and made 36 appearances in all competitions during the 2018-19 season, scoring six goals and creating three assists.
His goal against Empoli on the final day of the Serie A season secured Champions League qualification for the Nerazzurri, but it may not have been enough to save his Inter career.
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