Inter Milan reportedly offer Man United massive €70m for Romelu Lukaku

Inter Milan reportedly offer Man United massive €70m for Romelu Lukaku

- Inter Milan have reportedly offered Manchester United €70m for Romelu Lukaku

- The club's director is said to have flown to England on Wednesday, July 10, to meet Man United chiefs

- Latest report also has it that Romelu Lukaku has refused to resume training with the Red Devils

Romelu Lukaku who plays for Premier League giants Manchester United has reportedly emerged as main summer target for Inter Milan and the club have offered the Red Devils €70m.

According to the report on Sky Sport Italia, Inter Milan director Piero has traveled to England on Wednesday, July 10, to have negotiation with Manchester United.

And a two-year loan deal is said to have been tabled before Old Trafford chiefs with payment to be made over three instalments.

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The first would be €10m straight away, then another €30m in 2020 and the final €30m in the summer of 2021.

Option is now left for Manchester United to chose on whether to allow Lukaku to leave or he stays to complete his contract at Old Trafford.

After Manchester United's failure to qualify for next season's Champions League, Lukaku reportedly made it clear that he wants to play in Europe's biggest competition next season.

Meanwhile, Manchester United are also on the verge of losing France international Paul Pogba after his agent Raiola confirmed that he is leaving.

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Earlier, Legit.ng had reported how Belgian football star Romelu Lukaku was spotted in Los Angeles chatting with a mystery woman during a night out amid reports he is leaving Manchester United this summer.

There are reports that the former Everton striker has agreed deal to join Inter Milan although Manchester United have not confirmed it.

Lukaku has now been seen in America enjoying his break from football ahead of Manchester United's pre-season which will start next week.

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