Radja Naingollan has refused to rule out a summer move to Manchester United amid reports he has emerged as a £50million target for Jose Mourinho.
The Belgium midfielder has long been linked with a move to the Premier League, having been the subject of a failed £42million offer from Antonio Conte’s Chelsea last summer.
But after the former Cagliari star’s best season yet in a Roma shirt, the player has once again seen his name linked with a move to the Premier League – this time with Manchester United said to preparing a £50million bid.
When asked about the rumoured link, he smiled: “It may be true. It may not be true.”
And the Roma midfielder has refused to rule out a transfer to the Premier League when the transfer window officially opens on July 1
“We’ll see. I am going on holiday and then we will talk about it,” he added. “My thoughts are to go on holiday and relax myself, I am not thinking about my future right now.”
But when he was asked once again if his future would remain in the Italian capital he replied: “I’ve spoken enough about this and what I want.
“I have made a promise [to Roma] that I intend to maintain; now it’s up to other people.”
Nainggolan, 29, scored 15 times in 46 appearances for Roma this season as the capital club finished as Serie A runners-up to Juventus.