Inter are set to meet with Sebastien Ledure, a lawyer representing Romelu Lukaku, regarding a possible move for the Belgian tomorrow.
This according to Italian news outlet Corriere.it, who report that the Nerazzurri will discuss possible wage terms if a move is to be completed on loan from Chelsea during the summer transfer window.
There is no question that Lukaku will have to take a substantial cut to the wages that he earns in the Premier League, but no terms have been agreed yet to go forward in the event that the Blues open up to a move.
Owners Suning could decide to authorize an offer to the Belgian of a deal worth €9 million net per season despite this being higher than would typically be allowable within the club’s wage structure.
There would still be some way to go towards convincing Chelsea to sanction a move back for the striker who they made a significant investment in just last summer, however.