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Where would Lukaku go as inter has no plans of renewing negotiation with Chelsea?

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There are no current plans to pursue transfer negotiations with Chelsea, and Romelu Lukaku’s future at Inter appears to be up for grabs.

The Serie A giants lured the Belgian international striker back to San Siro in the summer of 2022, a year after selling him to Chelsea Bridge for £98 million ($122 million).

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Lukaku has struggled to find his footing since moving back to Italy, scoring only seven goals in 24 appearances across all competitions this season.

Only three efforts have come in the league, with two of those strikes coming from the penalty spot.

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Lukaku’s last Serie A goal from open play came in a season opener against Lecce in August 2022.

With the 29-year-old struggling for form and fitness this term, Gazzetta dello Sport reports that Inter will not be looking to bring him back for 2023-24.

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Instead of holding more talks with Chelsea, Inter will be turning their attention elsewhere.

Liverpool forward Roberto Firmino and Borussia Monchengladbach star Marcus Thuram are said to be in the Nerazzurri’s thoughts, as they are both heading towards free agency.

Argentina-born Italy international Mateo Retegui, who is currently on loan at Tigre, is another top target for the Milan giants.

With no deal for Lukaku on the cards, the burly Belgian will be forced to return to west London this summer – with his contract at Chelsea due to run until 2026.


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