Romelu Lukaku will agree to a move to former club Chelsea, so long as the West London club meet Inter Milan's transfer fee demands.
The Blues have seemingly moved on from trying to sign one of the world's top centre forwards in Erling Haaland, with it looking increasingly likely that he will remain at Borussia Dortmund for at least another season.
Their attention has now turned to Lukaku.
A bid of £85m plus Marcos Alonso was rejected by Inter, who are looking to relieve their huge wage bill as the club's financial difficulties weigh heavy.
It is believed that a bid of between £100m-£110m would be enough to persuade Inter to let go of Lukaku, and according to Matt Law of the Telegraph, they will have no trouble in convincing their former player to return.
Lukaku made a huge impact for Inter last season, scoring 24 goals and assisting 11 times as the Milan based club won Serie A.
The Belgian striker has established himself among the best strikers in the world and should he join Chelsea, he would be returning to the club he joined 10 years ago.
In his first stint at Stamford Bridge, Lukaku failed to make an impact and made just 10 league appearances for the club, with nine coming as a substitute.
This time, however, Lukaku would be a key player for the club who won the Champions League last season, with Timo Werner's disappointing first year at the club meaning they are looking to sign an established centre forward.
Chelsea are also looking to strengthen at the back, with Sevilla's Joules Kounde high on their priority list.
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