The Manchester United meeting with Inter through the transfer of Romulus Lukak is reportedly confirmed, since both clubs are approaching the reality of the move.
The Belgian striker was very affiliated with the Serie A giants, since Ole Gunnar Salskayer successfully tries to host the first summer transfer window at the club.
United has signed two players still in Aaron Van-Bisac and Daniel James, but has not sold anything else with Ander Herrer and Antonio Valencia from going to the end of their contracts.
Lukaku will be the first big star to go to something that would be strange for fans who believe that the least capable players should move first.
Remains also the question of replacing clinical forwards and Solskjaer variants in the market is very limited.
#Inter meeting done with Man United. Nothing decided yet, it was just the start. Inter made their bid and told they strongly want to sign Lukaku. Official talks started. Man Utd will give their answer soon about the loan+obligation to buy – and about the price ? #MUFC #ManUnited
— Fabrizio Romano (@FabrizioRomano) July 11, 2019
Initial reports insisted the Red Devils would only consider selling Romelu for a direct cash deal which should pay a £ 75m fee they spent on him.
The inability of Inter to break his bank for former husband Everton leaves Ole with an enormous decision to make a loan deal that does not necessarily give him the money needed to be replaced.
It will be interesting to see if Manchester United's previous naivete can be reused on the transfer market, or the Norwegian made the difference for the better.