Manchester United star Romelu Lukaku has reportedly been told he will be allowed to depart amid interest from the likes of Inter Milan and Juventus but only if certain conditions are met.

The Belgian hasn’t endured the best of seasons during the last campaign with rumours initially surfacing over his future after Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s preference for Marcus Rashford became obvious.

The former Chelsea man’s goalscoring record isn’t actually bad having grabbed 15 goals across all competitions this season and 27 last season.

However, fans are still unconvinced by Lukaku as United’s main striker and it appears Solskjaer holds the same reservations.

The powerful forward himself has been flirting with a potential move to the Serie A and apparently that move could come true.

According to the Sun, Romelu will be allowed to leave for more than the £75m the Red Devils paid to sign him and they will not pay any of his £225k a week wages to help facilitate a transfer.

It’s unlikely that Inter will make such a huge approach for the 26 year old unless they end up selling their own striker Mauro Icardi and even then he may prove to be too expensive.

Juventus may have the finances but will probably hold off unless someone was to leave such as Paulo Dybala.

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