Radja Nainggolan to Man Utd

Doug Mendoza
July 10, 2017

Manchester United target Radja Nainggolan is set to stay at his club Roma, according to football365.

Mourinho and United are on the hunt for a central midfielder and Nemanja Matic, Eric Dier, Julian Weigl and Naingollan are just some of the names in the frame.

The 29-year-old midfielder was said to be considering his options while on holiday after being linked with Manchester United, Chelsea and Inter Milan, but Monchi moved to dispel the exit rumours at the unveiling of Gonalons on Saturday.

The screenshot above comes from a post on social media from Roma midfielder Kevin Strootman, wherein he reveals his hopes that the departure of teammate Antonio Rudiger to Chelsea will be the last of the Stadio Olimpico exits this summer.

However, Roma sporting director Monchi has ruled out any chance of the powerful Belgian leaving the Serie A club.

Manchester United target staying put according to Roma director

	Posted by Sam Wilkins
Manchester United target staying put according to Roma director Posted by Sam Wilkins

Having already allowed Mohamed Salah to move to Liverpool, Mocchi insists Roma are in no hurry to allow other top players leave the club.

Asked at a press conference whether Nainggolan would be staying, .

"The time of selling important players is over", Monchi stressed.

'One of the objectives we are working on is a winger and we'll try to get that done as quickly as possible.

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