Romelu Lukaku Agrees Personal Terms Ahead Of Inter Switch

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Romelu Lukaku has agreed personal terms with Inter Milan with the Belgian striker set to leave Manchester United, according to reports.

Lukaku has publicly admitted his admiration for Serie A before and since Antonio Conte’s return to Italy with Inter, rumours of a move away from Old Trafford have intensified.

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According to Gazzetta dello Sport, the 26-year-old has agreed personal terms with Inter over a proposed contract until 2024. In that time, Lukaku is suggested to earn £6.6million in bonuses alone.

And recently, during Lukaku’s time away with Belgium, he labelled Inter boss Conte the ‘best manager in the world’, telling Premium Sport: “It’s good to see [Antonio] Conte join Inter, for me, he is the best manager in the world. I’ve already taken a decision about the future but I can’t reveal it because I have a contract with Manchester United and because I respect the club.”

Inter are yet to agree a fee with United, and although it’s believed Lukaku has agreed personal terms with the Italian club, some reports suggest the deal would only happen should Lukaku significantly drop his wage demands, or the Red Devils contribute to a percentage of his wage to aid his departure.

United’s number nine has scored 42 goals in all competitions since arriving from Everton, and should he leave, the search for a replacement will need to begin as soon as possible with Ed Woodward already being kept busy reinforcing other areas of the squad.


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