While Romelu Lukaku looks for his next club, the possibility of a return to Serie A with the red side of Milano cannot be excluded at the moment.
It has already been quite a lively summer for Lukaku, who saw chances of a return to Inter after his loan spell there last year go up in smoke when it emerged he had been speaking to rival clubs to keep his options open.
Just as it seemed as though a move to Juve could be on the cards, their fans stormed the pitch during a training match against Juventus Next Gen and chanted ‘we don’t want Lukaku’, which made their feelings clear.
The Belgian seems to want to remain in Europe having rejected offers from clubs in Saudi Arabia, so could it be possible that he could still return to Italy?
According to Carlo Pellegatti, the idea of a move to Milan cannot be ruled out at the moment, thanks to a couple of factors.
“A crazy idea on the night of San Lorenzo. I’ve always had a certain admiration for Lukaku and in my opinion he would be the ideal center forward for Stefano Pioli,” he said.
“The problem could be the cost of the deal but we know that the relationship between the owners of Milan and Chelsea are special. Problem that can be solved, for example, with a paid loan with an obligation to buy next season.
“The other obstacle is the 10 million salary, but Milan, helped by Chelsea and Lukaku, who can go down a bit, could overcome it. Crazy idea, for me Lukaku is a great player.”