By Joe Avicolli
Roma midfielder Radja Nainggolan has thanked the capital city club’s fans for their support after signing a new deal with the team on Monday.
The 27-year-old, whose original contract was set to expire in June 2018, had been linked with a possible move to several clubs including Liverpool and Manchester United as of late, though he has now signed a new agreement that will have him remain with the Giallorossi until 2020 and will reportedly see him earn around €3.5 million per season.
Nainggolan spoke through Roma’s official Twitter profile after signing the renewal in order to thank the Lupi fans for all of their support and also expressed his eagerness to get back to work.
“I thank the fans for the affection they have shown me,” said the Belgian international.
“Now everything really starts. Forza Roma.”