Inter’s first offer for Romelu Lukaku was €25 million and it was rejected by Chelsea.
Romelu Lukaku’s transfer saga continues. Inter Milan are offering an offer to Chelsea to sign the Belgian permanently.
After a previous attempt was rejected, the Nerazzurri have now made a new offer to sign Romelu Lukaku this summer.
Gianluca di Marzio has claimed that the Italian club have put forward a bid of €30 million plus bonuses for the 30-year-old. Inter are hoping that it will be the right offer to sign the player permanently. They are relying on the promises made by the striker in their attempts to sign him.
On the other side, Juventus is also searching for Lukaku. They could yet sell Dusan Vlahovic this summer. If the Serbian leaves, Lukaku will become a key target for them. Inter’s first offer was of €25 million and it was rejected by Chelsea.
However, Lukaku was handed an exemption from returning to training at Stamford Bridge, as he is keen on a move to the San Siro. Chelsea wants to make sure that his sale is completed before the 17th of July as that is when their pre-season starts.
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