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Nainggolan didn’t want to leave Roma

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Following the completion of Radja Nainggolan’s transfer to Luciano Spalletti’s Inter, new revelations have been made.

His sister Sania, who is his twin and played football with him straight after school has admitted her brother did not want to leave Roma, but could play anywhere he wishes in Inter under Luciano Spalletti.

“I watched almost all the World Cup games, but seeing Belgium without Radja was painful. He deserved to be there for what he did at Roma. I was sure he would be in the squad, so it was very disappointing,” Sania said, according to Football Italia.

“It is a little sad and I am slightly afraid that he’s leaving Rome, as we lived close by. I know he and his family will be happy in Milan, but he wanted to stay. He’ll give his all at Inter too.”

“Radja is fired up and can’t wait to get started. Inter have a fine squad and can hurt Juventus or any of the other Scudetto contenders,” Radja’s sister went on to add.