Romelu Lukaku Transfer: Inter Milan offer two key players to Man United as part of their transfer deal. However, United have rejected them both and are holding out for £80m fee instead.
Romelu Lukaku wants out of Manchester United. It is reported that he is keen on leaving this summer as he doesn’t feel important under United boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.
The Belgian Striker may have refused to speak on his future out of respect for his fans at Old Trafford. However, Romelu Lukaku has urged United to sort out his transfer before the pre-season tour of Australasia next month.
Inter Milan are reportedly interested in bringing the striker to Italy. Their manager, Antonio Conte, sees him as a vital cog in the rebuilding of the Italian club.
However United have made it clear that they will only sell Lukaku if they meet their £80m fee demand. Inter Milan have reportedly offered two players to work around United’s demand.
According to ESPN, Inter Milan have suggested including their players in a potential deal for Romelu Lukaku. So far, the options have included Mauro Icardi and Radja Nainggolan.
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The deals however, have also been rejected. United are holding out for a fee of £80m and have refused to budge.
Lukaku was bought back to Old Trafford back in 2017. He has had a mixed showing for the Red Devils since. United are willing to let the Belgian leave but they want to ensure that they get compensated accordingly.
A lot of United would have loved to see Argentine striker Mauro Icardi wearing their uniform. Not a lot would have mind having Radja Nainggolan in the midfield. United management however, have made it very clear that they will only part with Lukaku if their demand is met.
According to Manchester Evening News, ‘Solskjaer has already identified reinforcements and wants the cash from his sale to boost his rebuilding plans, rather than take a player in part exchange.’ United also ‘remain confident he won’t be a disruptive influence if forced to stay.’