Milan seek economic agreement with Lukaku and Chelsea


Milan are intensifying their search for a striker following Olivier Giroud’s departure, with Romelu Lukaku emerging as a potential target. The Rossoneri are now working to reach an economic agreement with both the player and Chelsea.

According to Sky Sport Italia, Milan’s interest in Lukaku is genuine, but they have yet to make an official offer to Chelsea. The Italian club is currently devising a financial strategy to meet Lukaku’s salary demands while also convincing Chelsea to accept their terms.

The Belgian striker has requested a few days to consider his future, as he’s also attracting interest from Napoli, where his former coach Antonio Conte is now in charge. However, Napoli’s pursuit of Lukaku is contingent on Victor Osimhen’s situation.

Milan faces several challenges in their pursuit of Lukaku:

1. Agreeing on a salary package that fits within their wage structure
2. Negotiating a favorable deal with Chelsea, who are looking to recoup some of their significant investment in the player
3. Competing with other interested clubs, including Napoli

The Rossoneri view Lukaku as a potential solution to their striker shortage following Giroud’s exit. However, they are also exploring other options, with Ukrainian forward Artem Dovbyk mentioned as another possibility.


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