Roma have slapped a €50m price tag on Chelsea target Radja Nainggolan and are open to offers for the midfielder, say Calciomercato.com.
In order not to breach FIFA’s financial fair play guidelines, Roma must sell a player for around €30m before June 30th, say Calciomercato.com. With Salah potentially on his way to Liverpool, as Sky Sports are reporting, they are also open to approaches for Nainggolan, who they know they can sell more more.
The Italian outlet also claim that the Romans are willing to listen to offers for Kostas Manolas, who has been a centre-half target for Chelsea for quite some time, as The Metro have reported.
With Salah’s move to Liverpool edging ever closer, Calciomercato.com say that Roma will wait until that matter is resolved before deciding what to do with Nainggolan and Manolas, but the possibility of a move is there.
Nainggolan, who joined Roma from Cagliari in 2014, has a contract that runs until June 2020, per Football Italia, but has been a long-term target for Chelsea, with head coach Antonio Conte having put him on his shopping list last summer, as the Daily Star reported.