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EXCLUSIVE TMW - Nainggolan giving AS Roma a hard time on new contract

18.04.2017 21.27 by Claudio Colla  read 1119
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While AS Roma are offering him a deal extension and salary raise (from 3.8 to 4.5 million euros), Belgian international midfielder Radja Nainggolan (turning 29 next May 4), according to latest rumours collected through TMW sources of ours, has already asked the club management to start talks on an at least 5 million euros per year income, as a minimum fee. Meanwhile, Chelsea are hoping to get a new opening on the player, after having got close to him last summer.

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