Romelu Lukaku omission start of Manchester United exit process

Inter Preparing New Offer For Manchester United To Wrap Up Lukaku Signing

It's claimed Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has already given his approval for the Gunners frontman to replace the Belgium global, should the latter make a switch to Serie A.

De Gea and Lukaku have both been linked with moves away from Old Trafford this summer, with the Belgian striker wanted by Inter while Solskjaer's first-choice goalkeeper is still negotiating a new contract.

When asked if Lukaku would be happy at United if a deal doesn't go through, Solskjaer said: "The day we start the league, I'm sure everyone who's here will give absolutely everything for Manchester United".

But Lukaku's omission comes with Inter Milan expected to make a new offer of £60m plus bonuses for the striker this week. But, with the Belgian global facing an uncertain future at Old Trafford, Conte seems to be sensing the opportunity to finally secure his services, albeit at Inter Milan.

But they are only in a position to come up with a guaranteed £60m over three years, with the further £15m dependent on how successful Lukaku is at the San Siro.


Inter were hopeful of wrapping up an initial two-year loan deal for Lukaku with payments of £9m, £27 million and £27 million coming over three consecutive years. The Serie A heavyweights though, are set to launch another move for their top target.

Lukaku joined United from Everton in 2017, and has since scored 42 goals in 96 appearances across all competitions for the Manchester club.

The report suggests that Inter are ready to table a £60 million bid for Lukaku, with additional bonuses also on offer.

Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer accepts the club pay a "premium" for players, though insists the club will not "overpay" for potential signings.

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