Inter have confirmed they have reached an agreement to sign Radja Nainggolan from Roma.
The Belgian midfielder, who was left out of Roberto Martinez’s World Cup squad, was pictured at Humanitas hospital in Milan on Sunday, where he underwent a successful medical.
“The conditions have been met for a deal for Radja Nainggolan,” Inter’s sporting director Piero Ausilio told the club’s website.
“He is a top player. Everything will be made official tomorrow [Tuesday] and then we will say something more.”
Reports suggest that the fee will be around £21m.
Nainggolan has been a key part of the Roma side since joining in 2014 from Cagliari and was instrumental in the club’s run to the Champions League semi-final last season.
He featured in 42 matches last season across all competitions, scoring six goals and registering six assists as Roma finished the Serie A season in third.
Despite this good form, he was surprisingly left out of the Belgium World Cup squad by Martinez last month.
A decision that was met angrily by Nainggolan, who publicly criticised the national boss before announcing his retirement from international football.