Chelsea striker Romelu Lukaku had a tough time last season as he struggled to perform for the Blues in all competitions.
At some point, he lost regular game time under manager Thomas Tuchel.
For the past few weeks, Lukaku has been linked with moves away from Stamford, with the main destination being a return to Italian club Inter Milan.
Until recently, former Chelsea manager Antonio Conte, who trained Lukaku at San Siro showed interest to sign the Belgian striker to his squad at Tottenham.
According to Calciomercato, the Belgium international is not willing to consider a transfer across England’s capital, despite having the chance to work with a familiar face.
The report claimed that Lukaku is only prepared to think about a second spell at Inter Milan at the current time, a stance which seemingly keeps other clubs as outsiders for his signature.
German club Bayern Munich and Spanish giants Barcelona have recently shown interest in him as well.
Chelsea are said to be ready to let him leave this summer if any club show interest to pay his £60 million fees.