Chelsea and Manchester United target Radja Nainggolan has ruled out a potential move to the Premier League, insisting he is ‘very happy’ at Roma.
The midfielder has been on the radar of both Premier League sides for a number of years, as both clubs have looked to strengthen their midfields.
However, while speaking to Sky Italia, the Belgian said that he didn’t see any reason why he would want to leave the Italian capital, and could even spend the rest of his career there:
“Roma? I am very happy here and I don’t see any reasons why I would want to leave. I am living well and I have everything that I need.
“I might sign here for life since I have rejected many teams in the past.
“If the team decides to sell me in the future then I can’t do much but at the moment, I am very happy to be here in Rome.”
Nainggolan has played his whole career in Italy, starting out at Piacenza, before moving to Cagliari and eventually to Roma.