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Cagliari, Nainggolan ever closer: it is with Inter

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CAGLIARI. Nainggolan one step away from the definitive return, while Godin and Nandez are increasingly distant. Not only physically due to the fact that they are playing with Celeste in the America’s Cup: the problem with the former is that the salary is too high. That of the midfielder is that everyone wants him. And someone is more and more likely to catch it. For Nainggolan, after the usual long negotiations, Cagliari and Inter would be one step away from the agreement for the transfer of the Ninja to Sardinia outright.

The two clubs and the midfielder would have found an agreement in principle also on the engagement. Especially taking into account the fact that Inter have no intention of spending a lot (there is still a year of contract) for a player who is no longer part of the club’s plans. And that Cagliari, like Inter, is in full spending review. The economic question, much more than the technical one, distances Godin from Cagliari.

Capozucca announced it: the club can no longer afford the signing of the player. However, in the absence of valid alternatives, it could claim compliance with the agreements made last summer. Another possible farewell is that of Cragno: the goalkeeper is liked in Rome, Fiorentina, Juventus and has admirers also in France. But the same goes for Nandez: Cagliari will try to derive as much benefit as possible from the sacrifice of its goalkeeper. Simeone and Walukiewicz are also leaving.

As we go towards the confirmation of Ceppitelli, Joao Pedro and Pavoletti. Around the three players, Capozucca, Semplici and Giulini they will have to build the team of the future capable of making people forget the dangers of the past season. By June 30, meanwhile, the fate of the 19 on loan will be known, including Nainggolan. Indeed 18 because Miangue was sold (also on loan but with the right of redemption) to Cercle Brugge, the Belgian top league. Stefano Ambu

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