New Inter-Lukaku meeting to study his return


Romelu Lukaku aims to be one of the soap operas of the summer. Almost a year after his signing for Chelseawho paid 115 million euros to Interthe Belgian striker is moving to try and return to his former club.

The Gazzetta dello Sport ensures that soccer player lawyerSebastien Ledure, he has met twice at the ‘neroazzurro’ club to discuss his return to Giuseppe Meazza. There is still no talk about the negotiations, because Lukaku has a valid contract and Inter must talk to Chelsea first.

These contacts, however, serve to compare the positions and they are perfectly clear: Lukaku is crazy to be back at Inter Y the italian club loves to rely on belgian againprovided that certain conditions are met conditions.

Conditions for Lukaku’s return

The first point would be reduction in player salary, a small hindrance due to Lukaku’s desire to return. It is speculation that the striker I will give 50% of those he receives at Chelsea to facilitate the operation.

The second, no less, is that Such return is necessary by appointment. Inter is not in a position to spend big, so a one -year loan would be the solution.

And finally, the operation must close before June 30 for Inter tax reasons.

Meeting Chelsea

Gazzetta details that Ledure will meet in the next few days to the new leadership of Chelsea to limit feasibility of transitiondifficult right now but not impossible.

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Source: La Verdad


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