Italian Serie A giants Inter Milan have to raise £40m to sign Manchester United striker Romelu Lukaku because of Financial Fair Play according to the publication from The Sun.
Inter Milan have made Romelu Lukaku their top priority during this summer’s transfer window following the appointment of former Chelsea manager Antonio Conte.
It was revealed that Conte requested for the signing of Romelu Lukaku during negotiations for the Inter Milan job.
Antonio Conte has been named the Inter Milan manager on a three-year deal worth €10m on a yearly basis.
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Apart from Romelu Lukaku, the new Inter Milan manager also requested for the signing of Nigerian winger Victor Moses who’s presently on loan at Turkish Super Lig club Fenerbahce.
Inter Milan have concluded plans to boost their striking options ahead of the new season and all-time Belgian international Romelu Lukaku is their main target though AS Roma striker Edin Dzeko is also closing in on a move to the San Siro.
Recent reports claimed that Manchester United are ready to sell Lukaku this summer but they want to recoup the £75m spent on him at the start of last season.
Manchester United paid £75m to secure his transfer from fellow Premier League club Everton.