Giuseppe Marotta, Inter Milan’s chief executive.
Has confirmed that the club is in discussions with Chelsea striker Romelu Lukaku and Juventus forward Paolo Dybala.
In exchange for a temporary return to Inter, he’d be willing to accept a wage reduction.
Marotta said to Radio Rai that “Lukaku and Dybala are our aims”.
Roma’s Henrikh Mkhitaryan and Ajax goalkeeper Andre Onana are both on the club’s wishlist, according to the club’s vice-president.
“Financial considerations must do” Marotta said of the Lukaku and Dybala proposals.
These two athletes are on our radar, and we’d be thrilled to have them join our team. If it doesn’t work, we’ll look at other options.”
Jose Mourinho also has signed Chelsea striker Romelu Lukaku on a season-long loan deal from Manchester United.
After apologizing for saying in an interview that he was unhappy with Thomas Tuchel’s leadership and wished to return to Inter in the near future.
His contract with the team expired, and he is let go.
After joining Everton for £28 million in 2014, Romelu Lukaku signed a five-year contract to return to Chelsea in August 2021 for a club-record sum.
Dybala and Mkhitaryan
Dybala, a 28-year-old Argentine international, will be a free agent at the end of the month.
Mkhitaryan, is a 33-year-old Armenian midfielder.
Helped also Roma win their first European title, the Europa Conference League, under Jose Mourinho last season.
Despite winning three Dutch championships with Ajax, Onana was banned by Uefa last year for a doping offense.
In addition, he has the option of leaving the company at any time.
According to Marotta, both Mkhitaryan and Onana will become official within the next few days.
“We’re taking a look at a wide range of players, including those who helped the young squad win Italy’s national championship.
When it comes to building a good team, we realize that we must be patient.”
Two points lacked by city rivals AC Milan, Inter came in second in Serie A the previous season.
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