Spurs and Chelsea have been given hope that Inter will sell Martinez and Lukaku this summer.


Spurs and Chelsea have been given hope that Inter will sell Martinez and Lukaku this summer.

Tottenham and Chelsea have both been interested in signing Lautaro Martinez and Romelu Lukaku.

Tottenham Hotspur and Chelsea are reportedly interested in raiding Inter Milan’s forward line this summer, with Lautaro Martinez and Romelu Lukaku linked with Premier League moves. Martinez is wanted by Spurs, while Lukaku is expected to return to Stamford Bridge.

Spurs are anxious to get the 23-year-old, fearful of losing star striker Harry Kane to Manchester City during the current transfer window.

Kane has been a target for the Citizens all summer, with the Premier League winners reportedly willing to break yet another British transfer record in order to secure his services.

Tottenham will have cash in the bank if Kane leaves, and they have a clear idea of who they want.

Lukaku, who left Stamford Bridge for Everton in 2014 before transferring to Inter via Manchester United, has been heavily linked with Chelsea.

Inter letting both of their best strikers to leave this summer seemed improbable just a few days ago.


Tottenham and Chelsea, on the other hand, have been given hope that their deals will be completed after it was revealed that the Serie A champions may be poised to acquire two new strikers of their own.

According to football.london, Atalanta’s Duvan Zapata and Roma’s Edin Dzeko have been linked with moves to Inter.

The pair would give firepower to the San Siro side in their quest for back-to-back league titles.

And they’d be available for a fraction of what Martinez and Lukaku would cost Inter.

Inter scored 91 points on their way to their first Serie A title in over a decade last season, with their two in-form strikers combining for 41 goals.

Zapata, on the other hand, is used to scoring goals in Serie A, having scored 15 goals to help Atalanta finish third previous season.

He has also played in 16 Champions League games, scoring five times in three seasons in the league.

The Columbian will believe he has plenty left in the tank at the age of 30, and a move to the San Siro might see him challenge for the Serie A Golden Boot.

Dzeko, on the other hand, has 119 goals in 260 games for Roma since signing from Man City in 2016.

The Bosnian forward, who will turn 36 during the season, will be looking for a new club. “Brinkwire News in Condensed Form.”


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