Inter Milan make transfer decision on Chelsea’s Romelu Lukaku

Inter Milan would like to sign Romelu Lukaku on a permanent deal, but only after another season-long loan move.

That’s according to Sky Sports Italia, which claims the Serie A giants would love to retain Lukaku’s services beyond this season.

Despite leaving the Nerazzurri 18 months ago, just weeks after guiding the Italians to their 19th Serie A title, Lukaku, who rejoined Chelsea for a whopping €113m, rushed back to Milan alone. 12 months after experiencing a disappointing spell in London.

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The 29-year-old Lukaku still has four years left on his contract at Stamford Bridge, so it is understandable why Inter Milan would want to extend the Belgian international’s loan spell before attempting to secure a permanent contract.

Former manager Marina Granovskaia was the club executive responsible for bringing the 29-year-old back to Stamford Bridge and big questions will be asked, not just of her, but of the club as a whole if they end up allowing her record-breaking transfer. her to rejoin the club she departed from after appearing in just 26 Premier League games.

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