Man Utd braced for fresh £60m Romelu Lukaku offer as Inter Milan eye deal

Man Utd braced for fresh £60m Romelu Lukaku offer as Inter Milan eye deal

The Belgium international has been heavily linked with a move to the San Siro.

Antonio Conte in now in the hot seat at the Serie A giants and is a huge admirer of the United forward.

He attempted to sign him during his tenure at Chelsea, but couldn’t get a deal over the line.

The Italian chief is determined to get his man this summer, though.

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“Man Utd ace Romelu Lukaku is wanted by Inter Milan”

According to Sky Sports, a £60m offer with add ons is imminent.

It’s claimed the deal would be structured over two years.

The added incentives are a compromise from Inter as they attempt to get closer to United’s valuation.

The new offer is an improvement on Inter’s initial two-year loan request with instalments of £9m, £27m and £27m to be paid in consecutive years.

Red Devils chief executive Ed Woodward wants to recoup all of – if not more – of the £79m paid for Lukaku in 2017.

Romelu Lukaku

Man Utd ace Romelu Lukaku is wanted by Inter Milan (Pic: GETTY)

Inter are reportedly wary that United will almost certainly want time to source a replacement if they opt to cash in.

Conte has close links with Lukaku’s representative Federico Pastorello which could help a deal get over the line.

United also need to make a decision on Paul Pogba’s future at the club.

The France international is wanted by Real Madrid and is Zinedine Zidane’s primary target.

However, United are under no pressure to sell the wantaway star – particularly if Lukaku is sold.

Paul Pogba

Real Madrid want Man Utd star Paul Pogba (Pic: GETTY)

Pogba’s agent, Mino Raiola, has claimed his client has been keen to leave for a while.

“The player [Pogba] has done nothing wrong,” the Italian said.

“He has been respectful and professional in every way and always.

“The club has known his feeling for a long time.

“It is a shame other people only like to criticise without the right information, and I am also sorry that the club does not take any position against this.

“Hopefully there will be soon a satisfying solution for all parties.”

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