Lukaku’s Inter Return Unlikely

By Daily Sports Nigeria on April 2, 2022

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Romelu Lukaku would welcome a move back to Inter. However, the reunion is unlikely to happen due to several factors. Still, the striker is sending constant messages to the club to try to find a solution, TuttoSport informs.

Romelu Lukaku would welcome a move back to Inter. However, the reunion is unlikely to happen due to several factors. Still, the striker is sending constant messages to the club to try to find a solution, TuttoSport informs.

Despite the player’s intentions, there are several obstacles to overcome to make it happen. The Belgian ace joined Chelsea for €113M last season, and the Nerazzurri can not come close to such sum. The only possible formula could be a loan. Even though the ownership situation of the Blues is up in the air, it is tough to imagine them giving their go-ahead to such proposition.

Moreover, Lukaku makes €12.5M per year in London, €5M more than what he was earning at Inter. The Italian side has further lowered their cap on wages afterward. He would have to settle for a €6M salary. In case of a loan, the Pensioners would have to contribute heavily and pay half of it.

The Nerazzurri are indeed looking for a striker, but Gianluca Scamacca is a significantly more affordable target. Lukaku regrets leaving Inter, as he has not hit it off with Tomas Tuchel. He has logged 12 goals and 2 assists in 34 appearances so far, and he has not been a linchpin of the formation. Still, it is not outside the realm of possibilities that the upcoming takeover could lead to a coaching change. The 28-year-old forward remains likely to stay put in the summer or head to a side willing to invest profusely to sign him.

Source Sporting Sun

Posted April 2, 2022


 

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