Inter reject 100 million and Marcos Alonso for Lukaku

According to Fabrizio Romano, Inter has said 'No' to Chelsea for their new offensive for Romelu Lukaku: the offer was 100 million euros, in addition to including Marcos Alonso in the operation.

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Chelsea do not give up. They want a striker and they will wait until the last day to try to get it. As Erling Haaland, who was the priority, does not look like he will leave Borussia Dortmund during this transfer market, the Stamford Bridge team have moved on to the next option: Romelu Lukaku. It will not be easy to hire the Belgian because Inter have already recognized that their forward is not for sale. Between 2011 and 2014, Lukaku played just 15 games with the elastic 'blue' before being sold to Everton.

And it is that, according to Fabrizio Romano, Inter would have already said 'No' to the last offensive of the Londoners by Lukaku. It would consist of an offer of 100 million euros, which also included the Spaniard Marcos Alonso (one of those wanted by the Nerazzurri for a long time). To this day, it seems that the only possibility that the Belgian striker will leave is that it is he himself who asks for his transfer.

With a month to go until the market closes, Inter's valuation of Lukaku is well above what Chelsea are willing to spend. In addition, the new coach Simone Inzaghi has already explained his intentions for the new season and, as The Telegraph tells us, they have been liked by the player who scored 24 goals last season and who declared "to achieve even more next year" .

Meanwhile, Tuchel has Werner and Havertz as forwards, as at Stamford Bridge they are looking to sell Tammy Abraham, in whom Arsenal have taken an interest. It is not the only sale they hope to make at Chelsea. Footballers like Barkley, Zappacosta, Batshuayi, Kenedy, Drinkwater, Bakayoko or Baba Rahman are also on the starting ramp and offers are heard for all of them, either on loan or definitively.



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