Italian journalist Fabrizio Biasin feels that Romelu Lukaku put a monkey wrench in Inter Milan’s plans in attack with his “acrobatics” this summer.

Tweeting about the matter, the journalist noted that the Nerazzurri seem to be scrambling to find a striker after their pursuit of the Belgian fell through.

For a long time, it seemed as though Inter knew exactly what they wanted to do in attack.

Keeping hold of Lautaro Martinez always seemed to be a foregone conclusion.

Then, last month, the Nerazzurri pushed to bring in Marcus Thuram on a free transfer.

There’s some question about the future of Joaquin Correa, then. The Nerazzurri could still offload the Argentine and replace him with a low-cost signing.

But one of the key parts of Inter’s plan always looked to be obvious – bring back Romelu Lukaku at all costs.

Talks with Chelsea for the Belgian’s signature had moved along quite far.

But then, the 30-year-old’s negotiations with Juventus caused Inter to abruptly pull the plug.

Biasin: Lukaku “Acrobatics” Mess Up Inter Milan’s Plans In Attack

Since moving on from Lukaku, Inter have considered plenty of options.

But all of these have seemed to range in style of play, age, and price tag.

From Simone Inzaghi’s pick Alvaro Morata, to the Nerazzurri directors’ hope of signing Folarin Balogun, Inter have been casting a wide net.

But as of yet, they cannot seem to make up their minds regarding exactly the kind of player they’re after.

Lately, a return in the race for Gianluca Scamacca has looked to be another possibility.

In the view of Biasin, this is evidence of one thing.

“The fact that Inter are contemplating so many different possibilities in attack shows one thing,” he tweeted.

“Inter had a clear plan for the attack. But then, the ‘acrobatics’ of Lukaku went and messed it all up.”