La Grande Inter
La Grande Inter
- Mar 20, 2007
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10 years of FIF
Exactly. Is it against the rules to announce a 2-years long loan? Then that might be a good reason for not announcing it ahead, officially speakingSame can be sad about Lukaku. Also, you are assuming that our management is competent. As I said, I won't be surprised if we end up renewing that fat fuck, hopefully I'm wrong
Lukaku owes us, let`s hope he will be able to repay without Pintus & Conte.According to La Gazzetta dello Sport, Inter want to keep Romelu Lukaku and will meet Chelsea directors to discuss the striker’s future in March.
The Belgian striker returned to the Stadio Meazza on loan last summer but has been struggling with injuries this season, starting only five games across all competitions and scoring two goals.
Nevertheless, according to Gazzetta, the Nerazzurri want to keep ‘Big Rom’ at the club in 2023-24 and, at the same time, Lukaku does not want to return to Stamford Bridge.
The Serie A giants expect to extend the striker’s loan for a lower fee than what they paid last summer, €8m plus €3m add-ons.
Ideally, according to Gazzetta, they’d like to keep the player for half of that amount and the mediation of Lukaku’s lawyer Sebastien Ledure will be crucial for a positive end to the negotiations.
According to the report, Inter have already spoken to the player’s representative in view of the meeting with Chelsea. The two clubs will likely discuss the striker’s future in mid-March, most likely after the second leg of the Champions League Round of 16 between the Nerazzurri and Porto.
Sky Sport Italia report that the Nerazzurri feel that the indications from the Belgian in training and in his recent appearances are that he can finally find his best form over the rest of the season. Lukaku has yest to really show what Inter made such an effort to bring him back on loan from Chelsea in the summer.
However, the 29-year-old still has a few months in which to make an impact. According to Sky, the mood now has shifted to optimism, from the sense of uncertainty around the striker’s future that had fallen upon the Nerazzurri due to his lingering injury and fitness problems earlier on in the campaign.
The broadcaster reports that Lukaku is more determined than ever to show his best in an Inter shirt and prove that his future is at the club.