There is only one week left until the end of the transfer window. AC Milan are among the clubs that made significant investments in the market earlier this summer. However, there may be opportunities that would make the club intervene, especially in hopes of enriching the striker's position in Stefano Pioli's team.
As reported by Il Corriere della Sera in this morning's print edition, Lukaku's representative, lawyer Ledure, has approached Juventus (though the involvement of Vlahovic in the deal with Chelsea is lacking, causing the deal to struggle), AC Milan (who have no intention of bringing such a significant character into the locker room), and now AS Roma, causing an unusual wave of excitement in the capital. However, this operation seems possible only through a loan deal (which is currently excluded by the Premier League outfit) and with a salary of 12 million, partially paid by the English club.