Belgium striker Romelu Lukaku has been linked away from English Premier League outfit Man United with expectations that he would be leaving the club in this summer transfer window.
The star striker has been linked with a move to Italian Serie A outfit Inter Milan, with claims that new manager Antonio Conte is in need of him.
Latest reports have therefore claimed that Romelu Lukaku’s move to Inter Milan might be called off as a result of the Financial Fair Play.
This development may not go in favour of manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer because he is keen to part ways with the Belgium international.
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Romelu Lukaku has not been in his best, and his form in the just concluded season is nothing to write home about. He has been mentioned as part of those that would be leaving the club in the overhaul by the manager.
The Sun claims that Inter Milan will need to raise £40 million before June 30 if they must deliver Romelu Lukaku to the San Siro.
Manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer will only wish for the move to Inter Milan to work through because he will not wish to work with Romelu Lukaku in the coming season.