Seria A: The Nerazzurri renews confidence in Inzaghi and waits for Lukaku

According to press reports, Belgian international striker Romelu Lukaku will return to his former club, Inter Milan, on loan for a year, after a disappointing period with Chelsea.

According to reports, Inter negotiated a payment of eight million euros for Lukaku, who agreed to reduce his salary in order to leave Stamford Bridge.

The Belgian returned to Chelsea last summer in a record deal for the London club amounting to 97.5 million pounds (115 million euros), stressing that the deal was an emotional return to his home after he played for the London club between 2011 and 2014.

But after scoring four goals in his first four matches, the 29-year-old has fasted for a long time.

Lukaku finished the season as Chelsea’s top scorer with 15 goals in various competitions, but the former Man United and Everton player scored only eight goals in the league.

He has netted only three times in his last 15 league games, and appeared in a controversial interview with Italian television last December, where he admitted he was unhappy with the way Chelsea’s German coach Thomas Tuchel used him and hinted that he was already considering leaving, expressing He regretted leaving Inter. In addition, the “Nerazzurri” announced the extension of the contract of coach Simone Inzaghi until 2024.

The club published pictures on its official website of its 46-year-old coach signing the new contract with its president Stephen Chang, and wrote: “Inter is pleased to announce the renewal of Simone Inzaghi’s contract” until 2024.

In a video posted by Inter on social media, Zhang said Inzaghi would stay “for another two years” after extending his current contract with the club for one year.

Italian media reported that Inzaghi had received a salary increase of one million euros, and he now earns five million euros. Inter Milan renewed confidence in the former coach of Lazio, despite his failure to lead him to maintain the local league title that his neighbor and rival Milan crowned after an exciting competition that continued until the last stage of the season.

By Editor