Romelu Lukaku will now fly out on Manchester United’s pre-season tour with Inter Milan refusing to pay the striker’s price tag.
This comes from the Sun, who claim the Italian giants are struggling to meet United’s £75m price tag for the maligned Belgian.
The Reds are said to be willing to let Lukaku leave this summer if offered the right amount, but the report claims Inter are not even close to United’s valuation.
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Lukaku is now set to fly out with the rest of the squad to Australia on Monday, where the Reds will play games against Perth Glory and Leeds United.
The Belgian still faces an uncertain future at the club and has previously admitted his desire to play in the Serie A.
Inter manager Antoino Conte has identified Lukaku as his prime summer target, but at this stage it looks like they won’t be able to afford the striker unless they sell at least one of their players.
If Lukaku does leave the summer, the Reds will have to find a replacement. Wissam Ben Yedder of Sevilla could be an affordable option, and would take some pressure off Marcus Rashford in the goal-scoring charts next season.