Inter could make €91 million in capital gains should they sell Romelu Lukaku to Chelsea, with the Blues increasing the pressure to try and sign the Belgian.
This according to Italian news outlet L’Interista, who report that the Nerazzurri can record a big capital gain on the sale of the player based on the size of the offer from the English club.
The Nerazzurri have already rejected one offer from Chelsea for Lukaku, but the Blues are ready to return with an amount of €130 million, hoped by the Londoners to be more than enough to convince the Nerazzurri.
Should Inter accept this offer, then they would calculate the capital gains on the sale by deducting the amount still owed from his initial sale from Manchester United.
Of the €65 million fee which the Nerazzurri agreed to to bring the player in during the summer of 2019, €26 million of the amortized total amount has already been paid.
A further €39 million must be deducted from the €130 million fee paid by Chelsea, arriving at a total amount of €91 million.
Also, the €13 million paid to Man United in bonuses, are not counted in calculating capital gains, the report conludes.