Romelu Lukaku has been in fine form for Inter Milan this season as his 26 goals and seven assists in 35 matches have seen him linked with Chelsea, Barcelona and Manchester City.
Two days ago, we covered claims made by Corriere dello Sport the Citizens have ‘probed the ground’ for the striker. It was also stated the Nerazzurri have slapped a €120m valuation on Lukaku.
FcInterNews explain only City have ‘openly expressed an interest’ in the 27-year-old, amid rumours of Chelsea and Barca wanting the player.
Manchester City have confirmed Sergio Agüero will leave the club at the end of the season and his exit means Pep Guardiola will be left with Gabriel Jesus as a recognised striker in the squad.
The Manchester club have identified the Belgium international, Tottenham Hotspur’s Harry Kane and Borussia Dortmund star Erling Haaland as striker targets for the summer.
Regarding Lukaku, the report states the former Manchester United man has ‘no intention’ of leaving the San Siro.
Claims of the Serie A side slapping an asking price of €120m are said to be false, because the frontman is among players considered non-transferable for both Inter and their manager, Antonio Conte.
The Belgian represents the present and the future of the Italian club and having a contract until 2024 helps his employer to fend off any suitors. Conte’s side could also look to further extend their star’s contract in the coming months.
Despite reports of interest from other clubs, for Lukaku, ‘there is only Inter’.