Italian Serie A giants Napoli have reportedly joined rivals Inter Milan in the race to sign Manchester United striker Romelu Lukaku during this transfer window.
This is according to the latest reports emanating from the media in Italy.
Manchester United are willing to let Romelu Lukaku leave the club this summer if they get a good transfer fee for him.
According to the specific publication from the stables of the Gazzetta Dello Sport via Goal, Napoli have joined Inter Milan in the bid to sign Lukaku.
Romelu Lukaku is the top transfer target for Inter Milan this summer upon the special request from the new Nerazzurri manager Antonio Conte.
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Ex-Chelsea boss Conte has been named the new Inter Milan manager replacing Luciano Spalletti who struggled a bit in the job during the just concluded season.
Conte had requested for the signing of players like Romelu Lukaku and Chelsea loanee Victor Moses.
The Italian tactician will have to contend with Napoli who are also interested in Lukaku.
Napoli are ready to pay as much as £62m for the Belgian striker thereby meeting the asking price slapped on the player by a Manchester United side desperate to recoup the majority of the £75m spent on his transfer from Everton in 2017.