Romelu Lukaku has rejected an offer from Paris Saint-Germain as the striker is only interested in a move to Inter, according to FcInterNews.it.
The Parisians are looking to replace Edinson Cavani amid interest from Atletico Madrid, Manchester United – Lukaku’s own club – and China.
Lukaku has already a five-year deal with Inter worth €7.5 million plus substantial add-ons, though, and is waiting to join the Nerazzurri.
“C’è solo l’Inter, just like Elio wrote in his famous song,” the site reported this afternoon.
“Lukaku sees things the same way and has already found the soundtrack which will accompany him throughout the summer.”
Inter first made contact with Lukaku’s agent Federico Pastorello in February and have since received Antonio Conte’s support, who has made the Belgian a priority in attack.
Manchester United are open to the idea of selling the 26-year-old but they are not interested in part-exchange deals and want €70 million in cash.
Inter had hoped to raise funds for Lukaku by selling their former captain Mauro Icardi but the Argentine’s desire to stay in Milan has forced them to pursue a Plan B.
Beppe Marotta and Piero Ausilio now hope they can collect the money needed by selling Ivan Perisic and Radja Nainggolan, neither of whom would be untouchable if the right offer arrived.
“We’re going to need to be patient,” FcInterNews.it concluded.
“The market is long and the people involved in making the deal happen have very clear ideas.”