Inter are engaged on a deal to re-sign Romelu Lukaku on one other mortgage from Chelsea subsequent season, sources have confirmed to 90min.
Lukaku returned to Inter final summer season on a season-long mortgage after only one 12 months again at Chelsea, however the 29-year-old has endured a troubled marketing campaign blighted by accidents and has solely simply returned to full health.
Sources have instructed 90min that Inter wish to re-sign Lukaku on mortgage subsequent season, although not for a similar monetary dedication as their present association. The striker and Chelsea have already mentioned extending his spell at San Siro.
90min understands that Lukaku is prepared to defer a few of his wages with a purpose to stay at Inter, whereas Chelsea at present don’t have any plans to convey the Belgian again to the membership this summer season. Inter consider they’re in a powerful negotiating place for these causes.
When discussing Lukaku’s future, Inter CEO Beppe Marrotta not too long ago instructed Sky Sport Italia: “The mortgage was for one season so on June 30 no matter how effectively he performs, he’ll return to Chelsea.
“This has been an unprecedented season. I’m referring in fact to the [winter] World Cup. The issues we’ve skilled have been skilled by different golf equipment too and the gamers who performed on the World Cup.
“Lukaku is a living proof. [Marcelo] Brozovic isn’t the Brozovic we all know. Lukaku hasn’t discovered the health he must play his finest soccer. He’s nonetheless not at his finest or the participant we received to see in years passed by.”
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