Romelu Lukaku continues to be linked with a return to Italy and reports are claiming that the two Milanese clubs are looking to sign him.
The news exploded last week when an article on Goal by the reliable Chelsea journalist Nizaar Kinsella claimed that the Rossoneri could offer an escape route to save Lukaku from his Chelsea ‘nightmare’ if Investcorp buy the club from Elliott Management and thus make more money available for the summer.
He was signed for €120m last summer but Milan’s hopes rest on Chelsea getting new owners soon who would accept selling Lukaku for a loss, and Marco Bellinazzo of Il Sole 24 Ore suggested that if the Bahrain-based fund buy the Rossoneri it might just be possible.
According to Calciomercato.com, Lukaku wants to end his return to Chelsea in the summer after just one season and the Belgian’s priority is to try and seal another return, this time to Milano and to Inter. For now he is not considering any alternatives as per the source, despite the rumours about Milan launching a move for him.