The Belgium striker is back at San Siro less than 12 months after leaving the Nerazzurri to become the Blues' club-record signing.
Inter have confirmed the loan signing of striker Romelu Lukaku as the Belgian returns to Serie A after just one disappointing season with Chelsea.
The San Siro club will pay the Blues an €8 million (£6.8m/$8.4m) loan fee, with the potential for performance-related add-ons.
Lukaku's move comes one year after he joined Chelsea for a club-record fee of £100m ($136m) last summer.
Inter president announces Lukaku deal
Lukaku appeared with club president Steven Zhang atop a building in Milan to confirm the deal.
"So we're going to score a lot of goals?" Zhang asked Lukaku in a video posted to Inter's social media accounts.
"That's what we're here for," the striker responded.
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