INTER MILAN have revealed they have signed Andre Onana and Henrikh Mkhitaryan and confirmed the club are interested in both Romelu Lukaku and Paulo Dybala.
The Italian giants’ CEO Giuseppe Marotta has opened up on Inter’s transfer activities in an interview with Radio Rai.
He said: “I can confirm that we have signed Andre Onana and Henrikh Mkhitaryan on free transfers, both deals are done.”
Onana, an Ajax goalkeeper, has only made ten appearances all season for the Eredivsie champions due to a doping ban.
He received a ban for taking furosemide, although Ajax claimed it was in the 26-year-old’s system after he mistakenly took his wife’s medication.
Mkhitaryan will make the switch across Italy to join Inter after spending the last three campaigns at Roma.
The former Arsenal and Manchester United attacking midfielder won the Conference League last season and was a big part of Jose Mourinho’s side playing 41 times scoring five goals.
The Armenian has snubbed a new deal at Roma in favor of a move to Inter.
In his interview, Marotta also revealed that the Nerazzurri are pushing hard to sign Dybala and Lukaku this summer.
Dybala is a free agent having been released from Juventus after scoring ten times last season.
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The possibility of bringing Lukaku back to San Siro is under consideration, the Belgian is said to be unhappy with Chelsea.
Marotta said: “Lukaku and Dybala are our targets.
“It’s a feasible path [re-signing Lukaku], but there are some difficulties and we have to assess if there is a chance to make it happen. We will not announce Lukaku’s return today.
“We have to consider financial matters.
“We are in talks with these two players and we will be happy if we sign them. If not, we will consider different targets.
“The player alone is not important, what matters is the group and it’s already a solid team.”
The Inter chief then confirmed that Milan Skriniar is set to leave the club this summer, but Lautaro Martinez is seen as a ‘fundamental’ part of the squad.