Italian champions Juventus are considering a summer bid for Roma midfielder Radja Nainggolan, La Gazzetta dello Sport understands.
The player is currently co-owned by Roma and Cagliari, and with the two clubs unable to resolve a co-ownership agreement, it appears that the Belgian could be sold this summer.
According to the latest reports, Juventus have rekindled their interest in Nainggolan and could soon come forward with an official proposal.
The Bianconeri are on the lookout for midfield reinforcements and they see the Belgian as a very good option.
Juventus could, however, face stiff competition from Manchester City, PSG and Barcelona, as each of the three sides could make a move on Nainggolan if they fail to win the chase for Paul Pogba.
It is believed that Cagliari are holding out for €15 million for their share of the midfielder, and it remains to be seen what Roma’s asking price will be.