Inter directors Beppe Marotta, Piero Ausilio, and Dario Baccin have made clear that they will only continue talks for the sale of Romelu Lukaku to Chelsea until the end of the weekend.

This according to today’s print edition of Turin-based newspaper Tuttosport, who report that the English club have been given until this time to submit a €130 million offer which the Nerazzurri would accept, and that no further talks will be held from Monday onward.

The Nerazzurri do not want to be left scrambling at the last moment to replace Lukaku and deal with the process of moving on from the Belgian.

As such, the directors have made clear to the European champions that no offers will be taken into consideration after the end of the weekend.

One way or the other, Inter’s directors want to know what the situation while there is still plenty of time left until the season begins and then until the end of the transfer window, and they will not allow the situation to drag on.