Four days ago, Inter Milan official Alessandro Antonello revealed Chelsea’s Romelu Lukaku has a ‘great desire’ to return to the San Siro, a year after leaving them for the Blues.

The Serie A side are working to bring the 29-year-old back to the club on a loan deal this summer.

The Nerazzurri’s desire to have the Belgium international return is now further backed up by their CEO, Giuseppe Marotta. However, he did admit there won’t be any announcements related to the signing today.

“I can say that today will not be the day of Lukaku’s announcement. Me, Ausilio and Baccin have the duty to build a competitive team while respecting the sustainability of our club,” Marotta told Radio Rai, as relayed by TuttoMercatoWeb.

“From here polls and negotiations intertwine. We must have the ambition to try all the ways, without being afraid of not reaching the goal. Lukaku track is passable but there are difficulties and we’ll see how it goes.”

Apart from the Chelsea striker, Inter plan to bolster their attack by signing Paulo Dybala. The latter will be available on a free transfer this summer.

On the possibility of having Thomas Tuchel’s man and Dybala at the San Siro, Moratta said: “It is difficult to give a precise answer, they are our goals but we have to think about the economic issues.

“We threw ourselves headfirst into these two players, if we do well, otherwise we will move on to other goals. It is not the individual player that counts but the team and this group is already strong.”