There has been a major development in Romelu Lukaku’s Manchester United future amidst rumours over a potential departure to Inter Milan.
The Belgian has been linked with a move away after reports emerged over his concerns regarding his role under Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.
The Norwegian clearly prefers Marcus Rashford as United’s first-choice striker, putting Lukaku’s future in doubt.
The former Everton man has occasionally even been shifted out wide to the right-wing to accommodate the youngster as a striker.
The 26 year old must be confused over what more he could do to prove his worth having scored over 20 goals in his debut season with the club.
According to the Daily Mail, Inter haven’t made a bid for Romelu just yet, in contrast to earlier reports, but they do want to make him the potentially incoming Antonio Conte’s first signing.
The Italian is said to be on his way to the Serie A side who are considering beefing up their squad to truly contend for the title.
Conte was believed to have been keen on Lukaku during his time at Chelsea but failed in landing him and ended up signing Alvaro Morata.
It seems the manager is trying to finally get his hands on his man and with the striker flirting with a move to Italy, a transfer could be more realistic than initially thought.