"Lukaku? Atleti paid € 100 M for João Félix, I would look for a solution with them"

Antonio Cassano considers that Inter's solution if the Belgian leaves is the rojiblanco, as he has stated on the Twitch program 'Bobo TV'.

"Lukaku?-Atleti-paid-€-100-M-for-João-Félix-I-would-look-for-a-solution-with-them"

Lukaku and Inter got tired of stating, actively and passively, that Big Rom would not move this summer from Giuseppe Meazza. However, Chelsea has wanted to tighten the rope to the maximum with an offer that is difficult to reject. Although there is talk of 105 million euros plus Marcos Alonso in Italy, the Neroazurro team wants 130 million euros. If in London they improve their offer, in Milan they believe that the operation could be closed this weekend, since, as AS has learned, the forward will not oppose a transfer that would earn him 10 million euros per season. .

Hence, there is already talk of possible substitutes for the Belgian. Vlahovic, Zapata, Raspadori or Lacazette are some of those that the Italian press slides, but Antonio Cassano, a former footballer whose statements are increasingly common through Twitch, has another opinion: João Félix. This has been pointed out in 'Bobo TV', the program of Christian Vieri, former Atleti or Inter striker, on the aforementioned platform.

When asked about Lukaku's replacement, Cassano was clear: "Atlético de Madrid paid 100 million euros to insure João Félix. I would go to talk to them and Jorge Mendes to find a solution." "Maybe some kind of compensation should be included. My fear is that Suning (owners of Inter) will have to return several million and accept almost any offer," he added.

It must be remembered that the current Serie A champions needed to sell for 100 million because of the financial crisis that hit the club, which is why Achraf ended up at PSG. They did not value saying goodbye to any of their other stars (Lukaku and Lautaro), but Chelsea have gone on the attack and could be close to achieving checkmate. It would be necessary to see what they would do with such a capital gain at the Giuseppe Meazza, but Antonio Cassano has no doubts ...



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