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Romelu Lukaku and Paul Pogba, back in Italy

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Romelu Lukaku.

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By: Eric Mamruth

1 min

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After a year spent with the Blues, (and a transfer to 115 million euros), Romelu Lukaku returns to Inter.

The Nerazzurri recover the Belgian international on loan for a season against 8 million euros excluding bonuses.

The Milanese club will also pay the full salary of the striker, who intends to find time before the World Cup.

A player who can allow the Milanese to win the title again?

- The “Pogback”?

After 6 years with the Red Devils, announced return of Paul Pogba to Juve.

To make people forget a complicated year at Man United?

- The Italian press sends another Mancunian, Cristiano Ronaldo, to Roma.

Possible reunion with Mourinho?

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Around Éric Mamruth: Patrick Juillard, Nabil Djellit and Ibrahima Traoré.

Technique/Direction: Laurent Salerno, preparation: David Fintzel/Pierre Guérin.

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