Manchester United striker Romelu Lukaku is deemed to have finalised personal terms with Inter Milan ahead of a potential move to the club this summer.
The marksman recently completed his second season with Manchester United but he happened to find it a struggle with just 15 goals scored across all competitions.
Amidst this, there have claims that manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer does not consider the Belgian to be mobile enough to lead the attack and Gazzetta dello Sport via Metro suggests that he could part ways with the side.
The publication reveals that the 26-year-old has reached an agreement over personal terms with the Nerazzurri and he stands a chance of earning bonuses of £6.6m on a five-year contract.
However, the San Siro outfit are yet to sort out a transfer fee with the Red Devils, who are said to want at least £62m to end their association with the former Everton man.
Nerazzurri boss Antonio Conte has been a keen admirer of Lukaku over the years and the Belgian recently heaped praise on the manager by calling him as the best head coach in the world.