Inter CEO Marotta Voices Uncertainty Over Lukaku Future

Inter CEO Beppe Marotta wants Romelu Lukaku to stay at the club, but has hinted the end of the love affair at the end of the season, as the striker’s loan deal comes to a close.

Chelsea signed Lukaku at the start of the 2021/22 campaign for a whopping €113M, but the Belgian failed to shine, prompting a €7.8M loan move back to Inter after he admitted his desire to return to Italy.

Marotta spoke to Sky Sport Italia and revealed the actual scenario concerning the ex-Manchester United center-forward.

“Talking about it now would be premature. In June, he’ll return to Chelsea and then it will be a new scenario before us, and we’ll see what we can do. He wants to stay, so definitely knowing what he wants, we’ll see if we’re able to go back to negotiations and negotiate a return here with us for next season.”

The striker’s return to the Nerazzurri has been stagnated due to injury and fitness problems. He has just four goals in 15 appearances this season, however the most important so far arrived in the last Champions League matchday against Porto, in the first leg, where he scored the winner.

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