Retrieved 26 April 2020, 21:36 IST
King Naingolan said “the door is always open” for the return of Roma as soon as he was in pain as he left for Inter.
Former Belgian international Nainggolan joined Rome from Cagliari in 2014, establishing himself as an actor in the capital before his departure in 2011.
The 31-year-old returned to Caglia with a loan after a favorable move to San Siro and also applied to former clubs in the future.
“I’ll go back to Rome. If the conditions were right I could go back again,” Naingolan told Er Faina on Instagram. “The door is always open.
“I spent beautiful years there, where they loved me, where I always gave everything.”
– AS Roma English (AS Roman) March 13, 2020
Despite deciding to join Inter almost two years ago, Nangolan explained the injury in favor of leaving Roma.
Coach Luciano Spalliti was then sacked in May 2019 and the midfielder was pushed out the door under Antonio Conti.
“I liked going to Inter,” Ninggolan said. “They had spammyness, with whom I had a pretty good time in Roma. My choice was Easy Sp
“But if you ask me if I’m more than happy to reach Inter or Saadi to leave Roma, I’d tell you the next thing.
“Maybe I wasn’t myself, maybe because of some guilt or something else. I can’t explain it. I could have given more.
“Then I went to China during the Inter tour, but Inter dropped me. I already knew I wouldn’t play with friends, but I gave it up.”