Inter Milan have made a major step in a bid to land Man Utd forward Romelu Lukaku, as reports claim the club’s director Piero Ausilio is now in London to start talks for Romelu Lukaku.
The Serie A Giants have made Rom a top target, following Antonio Conte’s arrival. With the club’s CEO Beppe Marotta having confirmed that Radja Nainggolan and Mauro Icardi will not part of the club’s plan for next season.
The Nerazzurri’s are reportedly interested in a two year loan deal and an option to make the deal permanent for €70 million. However, Manchester United are unlikely to accept any loan offer, and will hold out for only a permanent deal worth near the fee that brought the striker to Old Trafford in 2017.
Inter prepare for their first friendly match with Lugano at the weekend, and Matteo Politano is the only first-team forward available for Antonio Conte at present.
The Italian club were expected to have landed summer target Edin Dzeko. However talks with the club have stalled, and Inter will be hoping for better reports in the race for Romelu Lukaku, as they prepare for the new season.