Inter Milan and Chelsea have both reached an agreement for Romelu Lukaku loan move, MySportDab reports.
Romelu Lukaku will return to Inter Milan once his medicals are completed in the coming days as a loan agreement has been reached to ensure a deal pulls through.
This move will now allow Chelsea to go after Raheem Sterling who is expected to be his replacement when it comes to adding more firepower to their attacking ahead of the new season coming up.
The deal concerning Romelu Lukaku was handled by new owner Todd Boehly who is now acting as a temporary chairman and also in charge of ensuring negotiations for the move were made.
Marina will be leaving her position in the coming days with an official announcement pending after Bruce Burk was earlier claimed to have stepped down from his duties a few days back.
It is now business as usual for the Londoners who have now completed their first deal under new ownership as Romelu Lukaku will make a return to Inter Milan on a loan move until the end of the 2023-24 season.
The deal won’t see the Italian side have the option of making it a permanent one as it wasn’t including in the papers signed to push through a loan move.
Inter Milan will also cover Romelu Lukaku wages all through the 2022-23 season he will be spending with them which is also expected to yield something good to increase his value.