Premier League giants Manchester United have told Inter Milan that they must pay big money if they want to sign star striker Romelu Lukaku this summer according to reports coming out of the media in Italy.
Romelu Lukaku is the all-time Belgian national topscorer and he’s the top transfer priority for Italian Serie A giants Inter Milan this summer.
According to the specific publication from the stables of Sportmediaset, Manchester United will not sanction a deal for the aforementioned Lukaku unless they receive £62m for him.
Inter Milan have appointed former Chelsea boss Antonio Conte as their new manager and the Italian tactician is the one championing the pursuit of Romelu Lukaku.
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Before his appointment, Antonio Conte told the Inter Milan bosses to sign both the aforementioned Lukaku and Chelsea loanee Victor Moses.
Ex-Nigerian international Victor Moses is on loan at Turkish club from West London giants Chelsea at the moment.
He worked with Conte while he was the Chelsea manager between 2016 and 2018.
Romelu Lukaku in exchange for long-term Manchester United target Ivan Perisic and €30m was the first offer from Inter Milan for the Belgian but it was considered not enough by the Red Devils who spent £75m to sign the player from Everton in 2017.