Inter are serious about trying to bring Romelu Lukaku back from Chelsea this summer, and they will make an effort to make the improbable move happen.
This according to SportItalia transfer market expert Alfredo Pedulla, who reported for Gazzetta.it, via FCInter1908, that the Belgian is pushing for the move to happen and that the Nerazzurri will try to sign him, while Paulo Dybala’s signing is inevitable.
There are many reasons why a return for Lukaku has looked improbable even with the Belgian’s difficulties in the English capital in the season just gone, but the player’s desire to return to Inter could be the decisive factor in the transfer sage.
The striker has left absolutely no doubt as to his desire, and would even accept a substantial wage cut to make the switch, but according to Pedulla the Nerazzurri would also be interested in making the move happen and would be ready to make the effort.
“The striker’s dream of returning to Inter runs into seemingly insurmountable financial realities,” he explains, “he was sold for €115 million last summer and earns €15 million net per season at Chelsea.”
He goes on that “Lukaku has distanced himself from his representatives and speaks through his lawyer: Inter will make an attempt. Nothing is impossible, but the situation is certainly complicated.”
Pedulla then noted that “The Dybala question is much simpler, this is only a matter of time.”