Milan enquire about loan for Lukaku: Napoli also Interested


Milan have shown interest in acquiring Belgian striker Romelu Lukaku on loan from Chelsea this summer. As the club prepares to officially announce Paulo Fonseca as their new manager, they are already making moves to strengthen their squad.

Sky Sport Italia report that following the departure of Olivier Giroud, the Rossoneri are in search of a new forward and has inquired about Lukaku’s availability.

After completing his loan spell at Roma, Lukaku is set to return to Chelsea, however, his stay at the London club is expected to be brief, as he is likely to move to another team during the summer transfer window.

Milan’s need for a striker has led them to consider the 29-year-old as a potential target. The Rossoneri have reached out to Chelsea, with whom they have good relations, to explore the possibility of a loan deal for the Belgian forward. According to Sky, It remains to be seen whether Milan will proceed with a concrete offer, as Chelsea is currently not inclined to let Lukaku go on loan.

In addition to Milan, Napoli, under the management of Antonio Conte, has also expressed interest in Lukaku. Conte, who has previously worked with Lukaku, is keen on reuniting with the striker. The two have already been in contact regarding a potential move.


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