Inter have no intention of selling Romelu Lukaku despite their financial crisis, according to a report in the Italian media today.
Gazzetta dello Sport’s print edition said the Nerazzurri’s directors reassured a delegation from the Curva Nord yesterday about the Belgian’s future.
The meeting at the club’s offices was cordial and civil and lasted around 15 minutes, in which it was confirmed to fans that Antonio Conte would leave.
Inter’s directors reassured the Curva Nord that their project would continue and the team would remain competitive.
Lukaku is untouchable at Inter and will remain one of their key figures in future seasons, the Milan-based paper explained.
Inter’s fans protested Steven Zhang yesterday with banners outside the offices, but those banners were removed following the chat with directors.
Lele Oriali’s position as team manager is in the balance after Conte’s departure, but the report didn’t offer further details on whether he was likely to leave.