AC Milan are one of the teams in the running to land Inter-owned midfielder Radja Nainggolan this summer, according to a report.
Sardinian outlet Calciocasteddu.it claims that there are a number of possible options for Nainggolan as he reaches a crossroads in his career.
The Belgium international could remain in Cagliari next season, if the Rossoblu were to pay the required asking price of €15-20million, with Inter asking for an outright sale.
The report adds though that Milan are also in the running but are behind Fiorentina and Roma, who are very keen on the 32-year-old as they look to strengthen their midfield department.
La Viola had already tried for him during the last summer transfer window without reaching an agreement with Inter, while a move to the Giallorossi would be a romantic reunion.
For Milan he could be a useful player with experience and technical quality, but the report concludes by stating that everything depends on CEO Ivan Gazidis, who not too inclined to invest significant amounts on players over 30.