Belgian striker Romelu Lukaku is reportedly frustrated by Chelsea’s attempt to sell him to a Saudi Arabian club.
The 30-year-old spent the previous season on loan at Inter Milan where he scored just 14 goals in all competitions.
Inter are planning to propose another temporary stint for him, but the Blues prefer to sanction his permanent sale.
It is now reported that Lukaku is angry with the Blues’ hierarchy after they tried to offload him to Saudi Arabia.
The London giants recently accepted a transfer proposal from Al-Hilal, but Lukaku has refused to discuss a contract.
Al-Hilal have offered Lukaku with his significant rise on his current salary, but he has no plans of leaving Europe.
The former Manchester United man clearly believes he has more to offer in European football at the present point.
Lukaku is keen on returning to Inter for another season, and the Blues may eventually bow down to his demands.
They could accept another loan stint with a possible buy option.