Paris Saint-Germain are among the clubs considering offering Inter midfielder Radja Nainggolan an escape from his nightmarish situation in the city of Milan.

The former Roma enforcer was handed a suspension by the Nerazzurri just days before Christmas following disciplinary issues believed to be linked to off-field activities.

Now Sportitalia understands the Belgian is seen by PSG as an alternative to Napoli midfielder Allan and an ideal reinforcement to the squad in the January transfer window.

PSG would seek to exploit the feud between player and club and land Nainggolan for a minimal amount compared to the payment made to the Giallorossi for his services.

Inter paid €24 million plus both Davide Santon and Nicolo Zaniolo, who in particular has emerged as a key player for Roma, in order to sign Nainggolan back in June.

The opportunity could represent the last Inter are likely to receive to cash-in on the midfielder, who at 30-years-old can only start to go down in price.

Source: forzaitalianfootball.com

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