Roc Nation could drop Chelsea striker Romelu Lukaku after the soap opera that has developed between he and Inter Milan.

This according to Italian news outlet, who report that the US-based agency won’t sever ties with the 30-year-old Belgian international, but that they are angry and surprised with his recent antics which could very well lead to a break.

US-based agency Roc Nation Sports International have represented Lukaku since 2018 when he was a Manchester United player.

During that time, they have had close ties with the striker through stints at Inter, Chelsea, and then Inter again.

Roc Nation took a prominent stance during the racism scandal which saw Lukaku suffer racist abuse from Juventus fans during a Coppa Italia tie in April.

More broadly, the agency have considered the striker to be an important representative of their brand.

Therefore, the fact that a return to Inter for Lukaku to has collapsed in such spectacular fashion has dismayed Roc Nation.

Roc Nation Could Drop Romelu Lukaku Following Inter Transfer Collapse

The Nerazzurri haven’t simply dropped out of the race for Lukaku. They have pulled the plug abruptly and angrily.

This was because of the fact that the 30-year-old had also been negotiating with Juventus and AC Milan behind their backs.

Naturally, this has ignited a major controversy. It leaves the question of Lukaku’s reputation very much up in the air.

Were the Belgian to make the switch to Juventus, it would certainly make him a polarizing figure within Italian football.

Moreover, and pertinently to Roc Nation’s interest, it was Bianconeri fans who racially abused Lukaku in April. From an image perspective, a move to Juventus would send a message that the agency are far from keen on.

As such, the Gazzetta report, Lukaku’s future with Roc Nation is in doubt.

Nothing will happen immediately. The agency will consider their next move.’

However, the Gazzetta suggest, the process is in motion. Roc Nation are working with lawyers to potentially terminate Lukaku’s contract with them.