Chelsea have been told that despite their renewed efforts to bring Belgium back to Stamford Bridge, their preferred striking target, Romelu Lukaku, is not for sale this summer. The Blues’ second choice, Earling Holland, will not be available with Borussia Dortmund who are not interested in selling it this summer.
Thomas Tachel wants to bring in a target man and he identified Lukaku as the club’s number one target. Chelsea boss Roman Abramovich was ready to break the bank to bring the former Blues frontman back to England, but Inter Milan have been adamant about selling their top scorer since last season.
After an initial outlook at the start of the summer, Chelsea have now made a big bid, which has been strongly rejected by the ruling Serie A champions. According to Italian migration expert Fabrizio Romano.The winners of the Champions League submitted bids for Marcos Alonso in addition to about 100 million (m 85 million), but Inter remained ineligible.
“Inter have received an offer from Chelsea for Romelu Lukaku. Bid around m 100 million, including Marcos Alonso, as part of the negotiations,” Romano wrote. The Inter-Board rejected the offer because they wanted to keep Lukaku – they have always considered Romelu “untouchable”.
Inter is struggling financially and needs to offload players to balance its books. The sale of Achraf Hakimi to Paris Saint-Germain for a 55million deal has given the club some respite, which could lead him to reject Lukaku’s further offers from Chelsea.
Milan club CEO BP Maruta clarified in a recent interview that Lukaku is not for sale. He sees Belgium International as a key part of his struggle to retain the Serie A title he won last season.
“On our part, we can say yes, Lukaku is not for sale. Lukaku is an important piece of the chess board available for Simon Anzagi,” Maruta said. Sport media set.
Coming to the Netherlands, Chelsea’s second choice, the Norwegian striker has also attracted a lot of attention. Interest in clubs in England and Spain.. However, Dortmund are not in the mood to entertain the Norwegian shooter’s offers, especially since they have already lost to Manchester United’s Jadon Sancho.
The Dortmund striker is currently valued at more than 120 120 million (10 2,102 million), making him a huge financial investment for one of Europe’s richest clubs. In addition, Norway International will be available for 68 68 million next summer due to a clause in its contract, which is expected to run by several clubs, including Chelsea.