Inter Milan’s firing striker Romelu Lukaku has caught the interest of France’s Paris Saint-Germain.
Lukaku gets the recognition from another European superclub thanks to his stellar 2020/21 season of 14 goals and three assists in 20 games.
According to ESPN, the 27-year-old harbours interest to take in a new environment, while Inter also look likely to be sold to new owners.
“Romelu Lukaku could be on the move this summer, and Calciomercato believe Paris Saint-Germain are front runners for the Internazionale star's signature,” ESPN reported.
“The report states that Inter Milan's uncertain future, with the club now seemingly up for sale, which could see the former Manchester United man leave for a new challenge.
“Prospective new owners at the San Siro may attempt to balance the books as a priority and, with Lukaku the highest paid player, they could look to save on his €7.5m-a-season salary.
“Of course, there would be no shortage of takers. PSG have earmarked him as their new No. 9, while Manchester City need to replace Sergio Aguero.
“Needless to say, both clubs are keeping tabs on the situation in Milan and will wait for the right moment to make their move,” concluded the report.
Meanwhile, Lukaku’s Inter are placed second behind Serie A leaders AC Milan with two points behind.