Romelu Lukaku refers to the exit of Manchester United as he is the new Inter Milan boss Antonio Conte the & # 39; best manager in the world & # 39; mentions and admits that he & # 39; loves Italy & # 39;
- Romelu Lukaku is linked to a move away from Manchester United
- He refused the chance to play under Antonio Conte in Chelsea in 2017
- Lukaku has made it clear that he would welcome a move to Italy, saying that he loves & # 39;
- United also strikes Conte and says he & # 39; the best manager in the world & # 39;
Romelu Lukaku has come a step closer to leaving Manchester United for Italy after describing Inter Milan's new coach Antonio Conte as & # 39; the world's best manager & # 39 ;.
Lukaku has made it clear that he would welcome a move to Italy two years after joining United for £ 75 million and rejecting the chance to play for Conte at Chelsea.
United is willing to listen to offers for the Belgian international, but wants to recoup the transfer fee that Everton paid two years ago.
Romelu Lukaku has made it clear that he would welcome a move to Italy in the summer
Lukaku has labeled Antonio Conte as the & # 39; best manager in the world & # 39; in an interview this week
Interwaarde is the 26-year-old striker closer to £ 50m and prefers players as part of the deal, although that proposal was rejected by United.
The Italian club is now expected to make a formal offer to Lukaku after complimenting Conte, although they face competition from Juventus, where Chelsea boss Maurizio Sarri will take the lead, and Napoli from Carlo Ancelotti.
& # 39; I was always a big fan of the Italian competition & # 39 ;, Lukaku said after scoring twice in the Belgian Euro 2020 qualifying win over Scotland.
& # 39; People who are near me, they know that I have two competitions that I have always dreamed of, namely the Premier League and the Serie A, so you know, I love Italy.
& # 39; Now Antonio Conte is going back to Inter, which is very good because he is the best manager in the world for me.
Conte (left) laughs as he is revealed as the new boss of Inter Milan alongside the president of the club
& # 39; Then let Maurizio Sarri go to Juventus, Ancelotti in Naples. I think Serie A will be very exciting next year and I am very happy for the Italian football.
& # 39; Conte knows what I think of him. & # 39;
Agent of Lukaku Federico Pastorello has worked closely with both Inter and Juventus in the past and hopes to close a deal this summer.
The future of the Belgian has been questioned since Ole Gunnar Solskjaer took over in December and Marcus Rashford made his first choice attacker.
& # 39; I have had a difficult season at club level & # 39 ;, said Lukaku. & # 39; I have lost my place and have not played much.
& # 39; But that is a phase in my career and it will help me for the next step.
Lukaku says it is an exciting year for the Serie A, because he teased a potential switch to Italy
& # 39; I have a contract with Man United. I will speak with my club and my agent to make the best decision.
& # 39; I know what I will do but will not say. We will see. Do I expect a busy summer? Yes. & # 39;
Barcelona, however, plans to abort their efforts to Rashford after being convinced that United will not do business.
The striker is currently negotiating a new deal – his contract will expire in 2020, but the club can initiate a one-year extension – and would cost more than £ 100 million to get away from Old Trafford.
Barcelona hopes, however, that they have laid the foundation for convincing Rashford (21) to assess United's development before committing the next five years of his career to his current club.
If Rashford continues to slow down, Barcelona could make an attractive price for the future next summer if there is only one year left.
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