Inter Milan in Romelu Lukaku U-turn as they no longer rule out transfer return for Chelsea striker after ugly exit

INTER MILAN have reportedly performed a U-turn in their transfer stance over Romelu Lukaku.

Gazzetta claims San Siro chiefs are no longer ruling out the possibility of a stunning return this summer.

Inter Milan have performed a U-turn and are ready to re-sign Romelu LukakuCredit: Getty

That’s after Lukaku reportedly spent last week ringing Inter players and executives in a bid to boost his chances of a Chelsea exit.

The Belgian striker, 28, has endured a nightmare season at Stamford Bridge.

Thomas Tuchel splashed out a club-record £97.5million to secure Lukaku’s second Chelsea spell in August.

But the ex-Man United attacker has scored just FIVE league goals this season, leaving the Blues’ title challenge stuck in first gear.

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The injury-prone flop – who was derided for missing an open goal in Sunday’s FA Cup win against Crystal Palace – is now a regular figure on Chelsea’s bench.

And Chelsea fans still haven’t forgiven Lukaku for his controversial Sky Italia interview at Christmas, in which he slammed Tuchel’s tactics and revealed a desire to rejoin Inter at a later stage in his career.

However, that reunion could now take place as soon as this summer.

Having previously ruled out a swoop for Lukaku, Inter chiefs are now plotting a loan bid for their former hero amid the chaos of Chelsea’s takeover.

The hitman plundered 47 league goals in just two seasons at the San Siro, helping Inter land their first Serie A title in 10 years last year.

The Italian champions are already in talks to sign Juventus playmaker Paulo Dybala on a free transfer.

Yet they are also ready to throw Lukaku back into the mix, despite the ugly fallout from his England switch which deeply upset Inter fans.

Boss Simone Inzaghi only coached Lukaku for 10 days before his Chelsea transfer.

But according to Inter Milan legend Beppe Bergomi, Inzaghi declared Lukaku was already the best striker he had ever worked with.

Bergomi said last month: “Lukaku was the best one in Italy, I think Inter would be another team with him.

“With all due respect for Edin Dzeko, Lukaku had a different impact in terms of power, pace and leadership.

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“He had Inter in his hands. If there were the conditions, I would bring him back.

“Inzaghi confessed to me he’s never coached such a strong striker despite working with him for just 10 days.”

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