Inter will only let striker Romelu Lukaku leave the Giuesppe Meazza for an offer of at least €100 million, according to reports.
This from today’s print edition of Rome-based newspaper Corriere dello Sport, who report that the Belgian is currently happy in Milan, but that the Nerazzurri have set a minimum €100 million asking price for his services should another club move for him with Chelsea and Manchester City interested.
Lukaku is not one of the Inter players that the club is thought to be seriously considering selling, and the 28-year-old has committed his future to the Nerazzurri on several occasions.
However, on the back of his performances last season and his impressive form with his country at the Euros the player is very highly regarded and could be subject to offers.
Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola is said to like the player, although the Sky Blues are currently thought to be most heavily pursuing Tottenham’s Harry Kane among forward options.
Meanwhile, City’s Premier League rivals Chelsea could look to bring the Belgian back to Stamford Bridge years after his departure after the player failed to cement himself at the club in his first spell.
The Blues could look to consolidate the strength of their squad after winning the Champions League last season with a major forward signing, and Lukaku is currently among the most in-form attackers in Europe.
However, the Nerazzurri have made it clear with their valuation of the player that to even begin negotiations for the Belgian any club will have to make an exceptional financial offer.