Manchester United are prepared to listen to offers for Romelu Lukaku this summer, with the Belgium striker open to a move away from Old Trafford.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is gearing up for what he has promised will be a “ruthless” overhaul and Lukaku could be one of those who makes way but only if an acceptable bid was forthcoming.
Inter Milan, Paris St-Germain and Bayern Munich are believed to be among the clubs who have been sounded out about the striker.
Federico Pastorello, Lukaku’s representative, appeared to be putting the player in the shop window when he admitted in a television interview this month that his client’s future was “very open”, a move to Italy appealed and that the Belgian was “someone who loves to know a different culture, a different football”. Lukaku himself talked up the prospect of playing in Italy last October.
Antonio Conte has been linked with Inter and Juventus and it is thought the former Chelsea manager, who is also represented by Pastorello, would be interested in signing Lukaku if he landed either of those jobs.