Roma player Radja Nainggolan has been linked with a potential move to the Blues for some time now and is set to be the incoming manager Antonio Conte’s first signing of the season.
According to reports from ESPN, Roma are ready to sell the player if the Blues are willing to offer a minimum of £35m for the Belgium International. With these reports, it is obvious that Chelsea will not let go of him if he is open to get.
Nainggolan has been Chelsea’s long-term target as earlier this month Chelsea’s Sporting Director Marina Granovskaia met with Roma’s Sporting Director Walter Sabatini to discuss Nainggolan’s move to Chelsea.
The 27-year-old’s contract with Roma is set to expire in 2020, however, he can be signed if the Chelsea meet Roma’s demand for the player. While Chelsea’s incoming manager Antonio Conte has been a long-term admirer of the player, Nainggolan’s move to Chelsea seems inevitable as of now.