Manchester United’s primary striker Romelu Lukaku is keen to move to Internazionale in Serie A but the the two clubs are still slightly far apart in their valuation of the player.
Manchester United and Internazionale are €13.5m apart in their valuation of Romelu Lukaku after the Premier League club turned down an opening offer of €70m paid over two years.
Inter’s first offer comprised a €10m payment for the loan this summer and then further instalments of €30m in 2020 and €30m in 2021.
Despite this, it is widely believed that Lukaku will make the switch as he’s keen to link up with Inter coach Antonio Conte who he believes is one of the best coaches in the world.
Conte wanted the powerful Belgian in Chelsea during his tenure but the Chelsea didn’t back him up and Lukaku ended up going to Manchester United.
Manchester United wouldn’t mind offloading Lukaku as they believe they could bring in a more consistent striker with that money and they already possess promising striker – winger Marcus Rashford.