Inter aim to sign Romelu Lukaku on a paid two-year loan then on a permanent basis, Italian media report
Inter are aiming to sign Romelu Lukaku on a paid loan for two seasons and then agree a permanent deal for him.
This according to today’s print edition of Rome newspaper Corriere dello Sport, which reports that the Nerazzurri could offer an initial paid loan followed by the promise of another season on loan and then a permanent contract for the Belgian. .
Talks are well underway between Inter and Chelsea over Lukaku’s unlikely return to the Nerazzurri just a year after he was sold in a big-money move last summer.
The Nerazzurri can only sign the 29-year-old on loan this summer, while new loan rules would prevent a loan of more than one season.
However, Inter could strike a gentleman’s agreement with Chelsea that after the initial loan payment ends at the end of the season, they will re-sign him on another loan payment, with the aim of a permanent transfer thereafter. .