Inter will only reinvest around half of the fee received from Chelsea for Romelu Lukaku should the Belgian be sold this summer.

This according to Italian news outlet FCInterNews, who report that the club have yet to receive an offer which they will accept, but should one come along then only 50% of the amount received will be spent on players while the rest will go to addressing the club’s financial needs.

Chelsea look close to making a cash offer worth €130 million for Lukaku, and in the event that they do the Nerazzurri will accept and are beginning to formulate their plans to use the money.

Of that amount, it is reported that €60-65 million would be put towards investing in a replacement for the Belgian and into other spending on strengthening the squad available to Simone Inzaghi.

It remains to be seen who the club will move for in the event that Lukaku departs, but it appears that the financial limitations imposed on bringing in a replacement for the 28-year-old are clear.