Inter Milan have reportedly failed to meet the terms of Romelu Lukaku’s transfer, prompting Manchester United to ask for either Lautaro Martinez or Milan Skriniar as a form of compensation.
Lukaku, 27, famously joined the Nerazzurri in 2019 following his £66.6m departure from Old Trafford.
The prolific Belgian forward has enjoyed a thoroughly impressive opening two-years in Italy.
After racking up 58 goals in 82 appearances, Lukau’s attacking prowess has undoubtedly had a huge hand in his side becoming this season’s odds on favourites to lift the illustrious Serie A title.
However, despite the commanding Belgian’s inspired form, according to a recent report from Italian outlet Corriere dello Sport, the club’s hierarchy have failed to meet a recent payment.
It has been claimed that part of the two club’s agreement included future payments – Something Inter Milan have recently failed to meet.
The payment failure has reportedly triggered a secondary clause that now requires the Italian giants to make immediate payment, something they may be unable to do.
CDS claim that in an attempt to take advantage of the agreement breach, United’s recruitment team have asked for either defender Skriniar or striker Martinez in order to settle the outstanding balance.