Man Utd transfer news: Romelu Lukaku casts doubt on future at club amid Inter Milan interest

Romelu Lukaku has cast doubt on his Manchester United future by admitting that he expects “a busy summer”.

Lukaku helped Belgium to a 3-0 win over Scotland in Brussels on Tuesday night, with the striker heading in a cross from skipper Eden Hazard to open the scoring.

He grabbed his a second in the 57th minute, with Manchester City midfielder Kevin De Bruyne adding a third in the final minute with a low drive, after failing with several earlier attempts to beat David Marshall.

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And after the match Lukaku admitted that he was due to sit down with his agent and club to work out his next move.

“I’ll speak with my club and my agent Federico Pastorello to make the best decision,” he said. “I am going to enjoy my holidays with my family now. I know what I’ll do, but won’t say it. We’ll see .Do I expect a busy summer? Yes.”


Manchester United transfer ‘targets’





1/50 Mohamed Salah

2/50 Pedro

3/50 Reece James

4/50 Sergio Ramos

5/50 Niklas Sule

6/50 Robert Lewandowski

7/50 Hirving Lozano

8/50 Thomas Meunier

9/50 Jan Oblak

10/50 Joao Cancelo

11/50 Wilfred Ndidi

12/50 Patrick van Aanholt

13/50 Ivan Rakitic

14/50 Philippe Coutinho

15/50 Jadon Sancho

16/50 Thomas Partey

17/50 Declan Rice

18/50 Edinson Cavani

19/50 Joao felix

20/50 Tanguy Ndombele

21/50 James Rodriguez

22/50 Wilfried Zaha

23/50 Mauro Icardi

24/50 Idrissa Gueye

25/50 Andre Onana

26/50 Richarlison

27/50 Ryan Sessegnon

28/50 Antoine Griezmann

29/50 Toby Alderweireld

30/50 Bruno Fernandes

31/50 Saul Niguez

32/50 Keylor Navas

33/50 Jerome Boateng

34/50 Jasper Cillessen

35/50 Kieran Trippier

36/50 Nicolas Pepe

37/50 Gareth Bale

38/50 Moussa Dembele

39/50 Christian Eriksen

40/50 Paulo Dybala

41/50 Ruben Dias

42/50 Sean Longstaff

43/50 Adrien Rabiot

44/50 James Maddison

45/50 Kalidou Koulibaly

46/50 Matthijs de Ligt

47/50 Harry Maguire

48/50 Aaron Wan-Bissaka

49/50 Youri Tielemans

50/50 Daniel James

1/50 Mohamed Salah

2/50 Pedro

3/50 Reece James

4/50 Sergio Ramos

5/50 Niklas Sule

6/50 Robert Lewandowski

7/50 Hirving Lozano

8/50 Thomas Meunier

9/50 Jan Oblak

10/50 Joao Cancelo

11/50 Wilfred Ndidi

12/50 Patrick van Aanholt

13/50 Ivan Rakitic

14/50 Philippe Coutinho

15/50 Jadon Sancho

16/50 Thomas Partey

17/50 Declan Rice

18/50 Edinson Cavani

19/50 Joao felix

20/50 Tanguy Ndombele

21/50 James Rodriguez

22/50 Wilfried Zaha

23/50 Mauro Icardi

24/50 Idrissa Gueye

25/50 Andre Onana

26/50 Richarlison

27/50 Ryan Sessegnon

28/50 Antoine Griezmann

29/50 Toby Alderweireld

30/50 Bruno Fernandes

31/50 Saul Niguez

32/50 Keylor Navas

33/50 Jerome Boateng

34/50 Jasper Cillessen

35/50 Kieran Trippier

36/50 Nicolas Pepe

37/50 Gareth Bale

38/50 Moussa Dembele

39/50 Christian Eriksen

40/50 Paulo Dybala

41/50 Ruben Dias

42/50 Sean Longstaff

43/50 Adrien Rabiot

44/50 James Maddison

45/50 Kalidou Koulibaly

46/50 Matthijs de Ligt

47/50 Harry Maguire

48/50 Aaron Wan-Bissaka

49/50 Youri Tielemans

50/50 Daniel James

The 26-year-old, who only managed 15 goals in 45 matches for United last season, also admitted that he was disappointed with some of his recent performances.

“I’ve had a difficult season at club level,” he said. “I lost my place and haven’t played much.

“But that is a phase in my career and it will help me for the next step.”

He waved away a question about a reported possible move to Inter Milan with no comment.

Former Wigan Athletic and Everton manager Martinez praised Lukaku’s consistency in front of goal over the past three years, which aided Belgium’s third-place finish at last year’s World Cup and has continued with three goals in their last two games.

“I just feel sometimes a bit sad when I don’t see Rom enjoying his football,” Martinez said.

“When he enjoys his football he’s a lethal goalscorer.”

Lukaku also won an endorsement from Scotland coach Steve Clarke, who coached him as a youngster at West Bromwich Albion.

“I’ve just had a big cuddle with him in the tunnel. He apologised for scoring,” Clarke joked before predicting greater heights for him.

“He wants to get better and better. He wants to keep challenging himself.

“When you’re a top player and you want to keep getting better things can only look up.”

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