Inter Milan might agree to make Romelu Lukaku’s return from Chelsea permanent – but only if allowed to sign him on loan for two seasons before that, Corriere dello Sport reports.
As it stands, Inter can only afford a loan move for the Belgian who left Italy for €115million last summer.
According to the latest FIFA loan regulations, a loan agreement can only last for one season.
It means that there’ll have to be a gentleman’s agreement between the clubs if Chelsea are to agree to Inter’s plan.
Previously, it was claimed that Chelsea would be prepared to accept €25m for loaning Lukaku out for one season.