Inter Milan Looking To 'Bring Back' Romelu Lukaku From Chelsea On A Loan Deal.

 Inter Milan is looking into the possibility of bringing Romelu Lukaku back to the Serie A club on a loan deal.

The Italian club executives are said to have met with attorneys in order to draft a proposal for Chelsea striker Romelu Lukaku's possible return to the club.

They have reportedly reached an agreement with Lukaku over a salary of €7.5M, and His lawyer now has 15 days to convince #Chelsea to accept the loan formula. 

Now that the Stamford Bridge takeover with major partners Clearlake Capital is finalized, new Chelsea boss Todd Boehly will get right to work on the Blues' summer transfer plans.

Lukaku joined Chelsea for a club-record £98 million last summer, and finished his first season in west London as the club's top scorer with 15 goals across all competitions.

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However, the former Manchester United striker's first season was marred by off-field difficulties, with the 29-year-old forced to apologise after an appearance with Italian television in late December.

Lukaku's comments sparked talk of a swift return to Italy, but the strong striker knuckled down and fought his way through the rest of the season.

The 101-cap Belgian attacker then denied claims that he was in talks with Chelsea over his future the day before the FA Cup final.

Lukaku remains an important part of Chelsea manager Thomas Tuchel's plans for the future at Stamford Bridge, with the Blues anticipating the influential striker to be back in west London next season.

Inter is said to be unable to charge the kind of sum required for a permanent transfer, forcing the Italian club to look at loan options.

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