Cape Town - AS
Roma midfielder Radja Nainggolan doesn't see any reason to leave the
Serie A side despite regularly being linked with moves to the Premier
Manchester United and Chelsea have reportedly shown interest in
bringing the 29-year-old to England, but he insists he is enjoying his
football with the Giallorossi.
The Belgium international is currently preparing for the second leg
of Roma's UEFA Champions League semi-final clash with Liverpool. Roma
trail the Reds 5-2 on aggregate after suffering a heavy defeat at
Anfield, and will need a top performance at home on Wednesday to turn
the tie around.
"I didn't choose to stay here because I knew I'd have got to the Champions League semi-final," he said, according to FourFourTwo.
"I stayed here because the feeling of winning in Rome would be unforgettable. This is me.
"I never go down the easy way. I am trying to achieve it even though I know it is not easy.
"There will perhaps be more years to try yet, but I don't like to leave the places I feel all right in. This is me."