Reports: AC Milan reject chance to sign Chelsea’s Lukaku

Milan allegedly turned down the summer’s opportunity to add Chelsea striker Romelu Lukaku to their roster.

The Belgium international joined Milan’s rivals Inter Milan at the San Siro for a reported £97.5m, but has been sidelined from the bench in recent months after a string of disappointing matches.

Lukaku also claimed last year that he would like to return to Inter Milan, which has led to a strained relationship with the Blues fans as he strives to improve his meager performance. Premier League He scored five goals.

Milan have been said to be interested in acquiring Lukaku from Chelsea this summer, but Gazzetta dello Sport – via – now believe the Rossoneri have given up their pursuit of the former Everton and Manchester United striker.

According to the source, Milan’s deal with Divock Origi prevents them from pursuing Lukaku, who is set to leave Liverpool on a free transfer this summer.

Lukaku is under contract at Stamford Bridge until the summer of 2026, but was replaced about an hour after Wednesday’s 4-2 defeat to Arsenal.