Romelu Lukaku will make a one-year loan return to Inter Milan.
Lukaku was reported to have taken a wage cut to leave Stamford Bridge, and Inter officials are believed to have agreed to a €8 million loan fee with the Blues.
Only recently did the Belgium striker sign with Chelsea for a club-record £98 million.
Noting that after playing for the team from 2011 to 2014, the transfer was an emotional “coming home.”
However, the 29-year-second old’s tenure with Chelsea rapidly turned sour after he scored four goals in his first four outings.
Although Lukaku, a former player of Manchester United and Everton, finished this season as Chelsea’s leading scorer with 15 goals, he only netted eight goals in the league.
In his final 15 top-flight games, he only scored three goals, failing to make up for his high transfer fee.
In a contentious interview with Italian TV in December, Lukaku admitted he was dissatisfied with the way Chelsea manager Thomas Tuchel utilized him and gave the impression that he was already considering leaving.