Inter have a plan to replace Romelu Lukaku should to Belgian depart for Chelsea, though for now both the club and player have no intention of discussing a sale with the English club.

This according to today’s print edition of Milan-based newspaper Corriere della Sera, who report that should Lukaku depart the club will reinvest a significant part of the fee in Sassuolo’s Giacomo Raspadori and Atalanta’s Duvan Zapata.

The Blues have made an approach for Lukaku recently, with the 28-year-old becoming the target of their attention as they seek to bring in a striker this summer.

Their offer is thought to be for around €130 million, though so far this is a non-starter as the Nerazzurri do not want to sell the player, and the Belgian has made his intention to stay clear.

However, should the player change his mind and the English club push through a deal for him, then the Nerazzurri will look to sign Raspadori and Zapata in order to maintain their strength in forward areas, aiming to put €70-80 million of the fee received towards the Serie A duo.