Italian sends message to to bosses about completing Chelsea transfer deal

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Antonio Cassano has warned Inter Milan not to take back Romelu Lukaku from Chelsea this summer transfer window

Lukaku returned to Stamford Bridge in a much-heralded transfer last term but failed to live up to his billing despite FIFA World Club Cup success as Chelsea fell short on the chase for silverware elsewhere.

He only managed 15-goals in all competitions last season for the clublast season and constantly looked like a player that was there to collect his high wages and get through the season

That has led to speculation that He is very keen on a move back to Inter Milan this transfer window and it is claimed that the clubs are both in talks over a possible deal for the man

But amid all the speculation – Cassano has warned the Italians about signing the Belgian star – He told his Bobo TV stream: “I wouldn’t take him back.

“He said he was going to his dream team, earning 15 million euros. Now, however, in London he doesn’t kick a ball and would like to return to Italy.

“Inter’s problem, given that Dybala is coming, is that if they get Lukaku they have to sell Lautaro. Again, I would not sign Lukaku.

“Also because first of all you have to pay for him, but then you have to see the reaction of the fans: if he scores two goals per game, okay, but otherwise the situation becomes quite difficult.

“Lukaku has to think about it. At this point, I say he stays at Chelsea.”

IcChelseanews View…

One thing is for sure and that is the club need to get rid of Lukaku this transfer window and add a striker to the squad that can score at least 30-goals a season

The Unit is one of the best but he does not suit the style of the club – and considering Inter are the only real side that are interested – this is something that the new board dont want to see


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