Inter Milan are considering a possible move for Chelsea striker Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang.

The Italian side are looking to add to their attacking options, with Romelu Lukaku’s loan deal from Chelsea set to come to an end at the conclusion of the season.

According to La Gazzetta dello Sport, Aubameyang is one of the players that Inter are looking at.

Aubameyang started his career as a youngster at Inter’s rivals AC Milan, although he didn’t make a competitive appearance for them.

The former Gabon international joined Chelsea in September last year but his spell at Stamford Bridge has not gone to plan so far.

Aubameyang has scored just once in 12 league appearances and has found it difficult to command regular playing time since Graham Potter took charge.

The 33-year-old could be available on a free transfer, with Chelsea reportedly considering terminating his contract this summer.

The Blues were left angry after Aubameyang’s recent trip to support his former club Barcelona in El Clasico against Real Madrid.

Roberto Firmino, who is leaving Liverpool at the end of the season, is another possible solution to fill the potential attacking void at Inter.

Lukaku scored a hat-trick in Belgium’s 3-0 win over Sweden, but his long-term future at Inter is uncertain.  

Aubameyang has had a lengthy career which has included spells at Saint-Etienne, Borussia Dortmund, Arsenal and Barcelona.

Although his Chelsea contract expires at the end of June 2024, it seems likely that the Blues could try to offload him before then.

Daily Mail

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