Roma midfielder Radja Nainggolan is edging closer to a Chelsea move after his home was ransacked.

Roma’s sporting director Walter Sabatini was photographed in London on Friday with the player’s agent Remy Abbas.

Reports in Italy claimed the pair were in the capital to discuss with Chelsea a deal for the 27-year-old to move to Stamford Bridge at the end of the season.

The Sun says on Friday night, the tough-tackling midfielder’s villa in the Casal Palocco area of Rome was reportedly broken into, thankfully with the anchorman and his family away from the home.

The hard man – who could be the ideal replacement for Ramires after his move to China – apparently lost a horde of expensive items running into hundreds of thousands of pounds, as well as some of his designer timepieces.

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