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Personal terms agreed, Man United demand huge asking price for star player

Timothy Aiyeku

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Three-time European champions Manchester United will demand a whooping sum of £75m from Italian Serie A giants Inter Milan for their striker Romelu Lukaku according to Sky Sports.

Belgian all-time topscorer Lukaku is a top transfer target for Inter Milan on the request of newly appointed manager Antonio Conte.

The former Chelsea boss was recently named the Inter Milan on a three-year deal with the charge to reclaim the league title from Juventus.

Manchester United want to recoup all the money spent on his transfer two years ago.

Former Chelsea striker Lukaku was at Everton until the summer of 2017 when he became the second most expensive player in the history of Manchester United behind French World Cup winner Paul Pogba.

Manchester United paid £75m to secure his transfer from Merseyside giants Everton.

Lukaku has scored 42 goals for Manchester United in all competitions over the last two seasons.

The 26-year-old striker scored 27 goals in his first season as a Manchester United player before netting 15 goals in his second season.

Inter Milan have Financial Fair Play restrictions until June 30 and the Italians are looking to raise the funds for Romelu Lukaku through the sale of Mauro Icardi.

Former Inter Milan skipper Icardi is surplus to requirements at the club.

Timothy Aiyeku is a Mass Communication graduate from the Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria. He is a sports, everything football analyst.