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Inter fail to match Chelsea’s price for Lukaku with new bid

Inter Milan have put forward another bid to resign Romelu Lukaku from Chelsea on loan as the Belgian’s exit from London moves closer. 

The Serie A giants have bid €7million with add-ons but Chelsea are said to want €10million with add-ons in order to get the deal over the line reports Fabrizio Romano. Matteo Moretto adds that the add-ons relate to the team’s performance and that there are no players involved in the bid as Inter look to bring back Lukaku just one year after leaving the club.

This would be one of the stories of the window should the deal be completed as talks are set to continue in the near future.

Romelu Lukaku deal. Inter have now submitted a new proposal: €7m loan fee guaranteed plus add-ons, while Chelsea ask for €10m plus add-ons. Talks ongoing ?? @SkySport #CFC

Todd Boehly is taking care of the negotiations with Inter. Lukaku side, still confident to get it done. pic.twitter.com/iN6l0ewJ5U

— Fabrizio Romano (@FabrizioRomano) June 20, 2022

Lukaku-Inter ??

??Cesión remunerada: 7mln€ fijos.
??Variables relacionados con los resultados del equipo.
??NO hay jugadores de por medio.
?El Chelsea pide 10 fijos.
??Romelu, listo para volver.

Tal y como adelantó @MatteoBarzaghi ?? @relevo

— Matteo Moretto (@MatteMoretto) June 20, 2022

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