Inter Milan reject Chelsea’s €100m offered for Romelu Lukaku. Inter Milan set in stone not to sell Romelu Lukaku in the wake of dismissing Chelsea’s offered of €100m (£85m), including Marcos Alonso, for the Belgium striker.

Thomas Tuchel is quick to sign a striker and Lukaku is viewed as a more sensible objective than Erling Haaland, who is probably going to stay at Borussia Dortmund for another season. Chelsea trust Inter’s monetary troubles will ultimately constrain them into selling their top resource and they are weighing up whether to test the Serie A club’s purpose with a worked on offer.

Inter Milan striker assumed a vital part in Inter winning Serie A last season, scoring 24 objectives and enlisting 11 helps. The 28-year-old has bloomed into one of the world’s top strikers since leaving Manchester United for Italy in 2019 and is seen by Tuchel as a player who can transform Chelsea’s conflicting assault into one fit for trying for the Premier League title.

Chelsea have additionally taken a gander at an arrangement for Haaland however have gotten little support that Dortmund will move their position on the 21-year-old. Dortmund are under minimal monetary pressing factor subsequent to offering Jadon Sancho to United for £73m and it is probably going to take a tremendous proposal to cause them to think about leaving Haaland.

Chelsea, who have put Tammy Abraham available to be purchased, need additional capability in the wake of offering Olivier Giroud to Milan and have been weighing up a few choices. They have observed Bayern Munich’s Robert Lewandowski and are keen on Harry Kane. Anyway they recognize that the odds of Tottenham offering to their London rivals are practically nonexistent.

That leaves Lukaku as the most achievable objective. Entomb, who have offered Achraf Hakimi to Paris Saint-Germain for up to €70m, need to raise assets and there were questions over Lukaku’s future get-togethers takeoff of Antonio Conte as chief in May. Lukaku had a cozy relationship with Conte, who left in the wake of dropping out with the board, and has substantiated himself in the Premier League.