Cagliari unwilling to sell Radja Nainggolan to Juventus until replacement is found - report

The Serie A giants are looking to complete a deal for the Belgium international but must wait for the Sardinians to find a new a player to take his place in the squad
Juventus' proposed move for Cagliari midfielder Radja Nainggolan relies on a transfer merry-go-round, according to Il Corriere dello Sport.

The Belgium international has been linked with several clubs but Antonio Conte's side appear to be favourites to complete a €15 million deal - whether the player joins the Old Lady in January or in the summer.

However, Cagliari are believed to be unwilling to let go of the central midfielder until a replacement is found, with Cesena's Marco Parolo at the top of their wish list.

To complete the transfer circle, Cesena would want to bring in a player to replace Parolo if he does leave the club and the Italian press are reporting that Juve could sign Fulham youngster Pajtim Kasami and loan him out to the Seahorses immediately.

Kasami is no stranger to Serie A after representing Palermo during the 2010-11 campaign before making the switch to the Premier League in the summer.