Romelu Lukaku’s lawyer is set to meet with Inter Milan on Tuesday to enquire about the feasibility of a potential move back to Serie A.
Lukaku moved to Chelsea for £97.5million last summer and admitted his desire to return to Inter in the future in a controversial interview with Sky in Italy last December.
Inter CEO Giuseppe Marotta says the club are in “no rush” over Lukaku’s potential return but remains keen on re-signing him this summer.
However, they would struggle to offer Chelsea anything near the fee they received from them for the Belgian striker last summer.
Lukaku failed to justify his hefty price tag this season, struggling for game time under Thomas Tuchel despite finishing the season as the club’s top scorer with 15 goals.
Inter are in the market for a forward this summer and Marotta said he “hopes” Paulo Dybala will sign for them after leaving Juventus upon the expiry of his contract.