Manchester United striker Romelu Lukaku reportedly trained with Belgian top flight side Anderlecht on Monday as he continues to hold out for a move away from his present club.
According to UK Mirror, Lukaku was granted the permission to train with his former club Anderlecht by Manchester United.
Anderlecht are presently managed by ex-Manchester City skipper Vincent Kompany.
Kompany left Manchester City this summer after the expiration of his contract.
Romelu Lukaku was at Anderlecht until he moved to Chelsea.
He has been the centre of attention from two major Italian Serie A clubs.
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Juventus and Inter Milan want to sign Romelu Lukaku this summer but neither club has been able to make a breakthrough.
Italian Serie A champions Juventus were closing in on a move for Lukaku in a swap deal involving Paulo Dybala.
The move fell through after Argentine international star Paulo Dybala and his agent demanded high fees from Manchester United.
Lukaku had agreed to personal terms with Juventus but the situation between Manchester United and Paulo Dybala led to the collapse of the transfer.
The Belgian striker has also agreed to weekly salary terms with Inter Milan but the Nerazzuri are still struggling to agree on a transfer fee with Manchester United