Romelu Lukaku’s loan move to Inter Milan is completed with all that is left is a statement from Chelsea.

His advisor Sébastien Ledure told Sky: “We have signed all the documents. Inter and Chelsea’s new owner did a great job.”

On what happens next year with Lukaku’s future: “We don’t know yet, we’ll see in 2023 – now’s time to enjoy his comeback”.

Meanwhile, The Mail has claimed that Manchester City’s Oleksandr Zinchenko has emerged as an option for Chelsea.

He becomes the third Manchester City star linked with a move to Stamford Bridge following Raheem Sterling and Nathan Ake.

The Ukrainian has been valued at around £30m and has also attracted interest from Everton while Mikel Arteta is thought to be open to reuniting with him at Arsenal.

EPL: Lukaku officially leaves Stamford Bridge as Chelsea move for Man City star

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