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Saints make Nainggolan move

Southampton have made a £15 million bid for Cagliari midfielder Radja Nainggolan, according to The Sun.

Radja Nainggolan could be on his way to St Mary's
Radja Nainggolan could be on his way to St Mary's

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Having guided the Saints to a 14th-placed finish last term, Mauricio Pochettino is determined to add to his squad over the coming months.

The Argentine has already brought in Lyon defender Dejan Lovren for £8.5 million, while he has reportedly agreed a £10 million fee with Celtic for midfielder Victor Wanyama.

And now Southampton have a made a move for Nainggolan, 25, although they face stiff competition from Serie A side Inter Milan.

“I have received a very tempting offer from Southampton,” the Belgium international said.

“Their proposal is the most attractive from an economic standpoint. But I don’t play for the money. My priority is to have a major career.”

Nainggolan arrived in Italy as a youngster in 2005, signing for Piacenza Calcio, before completing a permanent move to Cagliari in 2010 following a loan spell at the club.

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