Inter are weighing up the respective futures of forwards Romelu Lukaku and Joaquin Correa as they plan for next season.

According to Italian television broadcaster Sport Mediaset, and as reported by, the Nerazzurri are yet to make a decision on whether either of Lukaku or Correa will be at the Stadio Giuseppe Meazza next season.

Lukaku returned to Inter on loan from Chelsea last summer, a year on from a record €115 million transfer to the Premier League club, but has struggled for form and fitness this term.

Inter had been considering a second loan approach for the Belgium international for next season, but concerns over his impact may see them change their plans.

Similarly, Correa has struggled to establish himself with the Nerazzurri since joining from Lazio in 2021 and his future is far from certain.

This has led to Inter intensifying their efforts to pluck Marcus Thuram from Borussia Monchengladbach at the end of his contract in June, but they face competition from Chelsea for the France international.