Inter news and transfer recap: Lukaku, Dybala, Skriniar and more

by | Jun 23, 2022 10:05

Inter fans are anxiously waiting to see Romelu Lukaku return to the club, but the loan of the Belgian forward is not the only deal completed by Beppe Marotta so far. Here’s a recap of the Nerazzurri transfer activities so far.

The Belgian forward will return to Inter on loan, one year after his €113m move to Chelsea, where he failed to justify his price tag under Thomas Tuchel.

He is not the only signing completed by the Nerazzurri so far, given that Beppe Marotta has also secured deals to get Henrikh Mkhitaryan and André Onana. Both of them will move to the Stadio Meazza on a free transfer.

Lukaku’s imminent return to Inter means the Nerazzurri are no longer in a hurry to get Paulo Dybala. According to reports in Italy, Inter will resume negotiations with one of the intermediaries of the deal but won’t talk to the striker’s agent yet, given his excessive commission request.

The deal appears increasingly unlikely as the Nerazzurri need to sell two of their strikers before signing La Joya due to their financial issues.

On the other hand, both Raoul Bellanova and Kristjan Asllani are set to join the Nerazzurri on initial loan deals from Cagliari and Empoli respectively.

The Nerazzurri need to sell at least one of their stars in the summer to balance the books. They need to earn circa €60m from this summer’s transfers and cut their wage bill by 10-15%. They have rejected a €50m bid from PSG for Milan Skriniar and the Ligue 1 giants hope to sign him for €60m despite Inter’s asking price being €70-80m.

Skriniar’s contract with the Nerazzurri runs out in June 2023 and Torino‘s Gleison Bremer is their main target to replace the Slovakia international. The likes of Alexis Sanchez and Arturo Vidal are also expected to leave the club in the summer.


  1. Recoba

    Can’t wait for Bremer
    Forza Inter 🖤💙

  2. geedup

    Bremer is not going to come cheap so selling Skriniar probably won’t be enough to make the 60m net needed, which would mean at least another key player would have to be sold.

  3. Intermn

    @geedup not necessarily. Bremer has a clause in his new agreement that has him available for €25 mill starting January 2023 so they won’t be able to demand a kings ransom for him. We will get him for less than €40 million imo.

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