Roma have offered Radja Nainggolan a better contract in order to keep him at the club, according to reports.
The Belgian central midfielder has acquired interest from the likes of Chelsea and Manchester United, as well as Inter – whose new manager Luciano Spalleti worked with Nainggolan at Roma before his switch to the San Siro.
According to Gazzetta dello Sport (via Calcio Mercato), the 29-year-old’s agent Alessandro Beltrami recently met with Roma’s sporting director Monchi in order to discuss a new deal until 2021.
The supposed new contract would offer Nainggolan €4m a year – a drastic change from his current deal, which pays him €3m a year plus bonuses.
Last season the Belgian international racked up an impressive 14 goals and seven assists, and has recently revealed that he will happily stay in the Italian capital if the club are willing to meet his wage demands.
“I’ve already said that I want to stay at Roma,” quoted dh.net. “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.”
The 29-year-old has also attracted interest from the riches of the Premier League, with Antonio Conte and Jose Mourinho reportedly expressing an interest in Nainggolan.
In fact, Conte wanted to sign Nainggolan whilst managing Juventus, when the midfielder was still turning out for Caglirari.