Manchester United have reportedly agreed to a £77 million deal from Inter Milan from Belgian striker, Romelu Lukaku with Big Rom signing a five year at San Siro.
Inter Mila gaffer, Antonio Conte made Big Rom his main target at the beginning of the summer transfer window and is now on the verge of landing the Belgium International.
Inter had a number of their summer bids for Lukaku knocked back but the Red devils held on tight to their valuation of the striker.
The Italian club are now expected to make an upfront bid of £65 million with £12 million in add-ons.
Lukaku was allowed to train with Belgian giants, Anderlecht while his future was being sorted out, however, Big Rom refused to return to Old Trafford as the striker tried to force a move away from Manchester United.
Juventus were reportedly in talks with the Red devils for a possible swap deal that could bring the 26 year old striker to Turin and send Dybala the other way.
However, Dybala couldn’t agree personal terms with the Manchester club and is thought to be discouraged by the lack of Champions League football for the Ole Gunnar Solskjaer led side.
This gave Inter Milan the chance to make another bid as the Nerazzuris hope to get a deal over the line before the close of the transfer window.
Lukaku is expected to sign his contract papers tonight before going on to take his medical fitness tests tomorrow.
Big Rom’s move is expected to fetch him £300,000 weekly wages.
Conte sometime this week talked of his strong desire to bring Lukaku to the San Siro.
“We’re continuing to work in the best possible way. I understand there are some gaps to fill but, at the moment, I’m very hopeful,” the Italian gaffer said.
“At the same time, I’m working with a big group of players who I’m very satisfied with.
“I honestly don’t know how it will end. I’m reading about the swap in the newspapers.
“Lukaku is a good player, a striker I tried to buy when I was the coach at Chelsea.
“We’re talking about two big clubs in Juventus and Inter, but I honestly don’t know how it will end.”