The AC Milan CEO is under the impression the Cagliari midfielder will be switching to the capital, explaining that he believes "the bidding war to be over."
The Belgium international, valued at around 14 million euros, is a highly sought-after midfielder, with the Rossoneri, Juventus, Napoli, the Giallorossi and other European clubs interested in acquiring his services.
However, Galliani says there is only one destination in his mind where the 25-year-old is heading.
"Nainggolan will not be going to Milan,” Galliani told Sky Sport Italia. “I believe the bidding war to be over, anyway. If I had to bet – not that I can, because I’m a club director and we’re not allowed to – but if I had to indicate an option then I’d say he’s going to Roma. As far as I know, that is the situation.”
Milan, the 18-time Italian champion, has already signed Adil Rami and Keisuke Honda in January as it looks to improve on its current position of 13th in Serie A. However, further arrivals look improbable until players leave San Siro, with Galliani keen to avoid an overstaffed squad.
He told reporters: "Currently our squad is at 30 - we need to thin that out by two or three players, then we will see if a midfielder can arrive."