Milan – AC Milan is reportedly preparing a tempting offer to bring back Chelsea’s Romelu Lukaku to the Italian club. The Rossoneri had initially targeted Marcus Thuram as a free agent and were competing with Paris Saint-Germain for his signature. However, their plans were foiled when Inter Milan swooped in and secured Thuram’s services ahead of their intercity rivals.
Now, with the potential sale of Sandro Tonali to Newcastle United in progress, Milan is searching for alternatives, and their attention has turned to Lukaku, who is set to return to Chelsea after a successful loan spell at Inter.
According to La Gazzetta dello Sport, Milan has wasted no time and has already reached out to both Chelsea and Lukaku’s representatives to explore the possibility of a move. The club is said to be preparing an offer for the Belgian striker, hoping to entice him back to the San Siro.
Chelsea is reportedly seeking a fee of around €40 million for the 30-year-old forward, who seems to have no future in Mauricio Pochettino’s plans at Stamford Bridge.
In addition to Milan’s interest, Lukaku has also received an offer from Saudi Arabian side Al Hilal. The Saudi club has presented a tempting three-year deal worth €30 million net per season to the striker.
As negotiations unfold, Lukaku’s future hangs in the balance, and Milan aims to make a compelling case to secure the services of the prolific goal scorer.
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