Inter will confirm the signing of Romelu Lukaku before Paulo Dybala and will then have to sell Milan Skriniar and Denzel Dumfries, according to a report in the Italian media today.
As has been reported by La Gazzetta dello Sport today, the main priority for the Inter directors right now is to get the deal for Romelu Lukaku over the line.
He is set to join from Chelsea on a one-year loan deal but the final fee for the loan is yet to be agreed on, although the two clubs do seem to be close.
That is when Inter can then put more effort into the final touches of Paulo Dybala’s move. In order to make sure that they still reduce the wage bill and make money from transfers, Milan Skriniar and Denzel Dumfries will have to be sold to the highest bidders who will likely be PSG and Chelsea.