We have some movement in the Romelu Lukaku to Inter story, or at least, we could very quickly have some.
Following claims the Serie A side were ready to go all in on the Manchester United striker regardless of what happened with Mauro Icardi, the player’s agent, Federico Pastorello, has arrived in Milan to continue talks.
Also acting as an intermediary in Inter’s attempts to sign Valentino Lazaro from Hertha Berlin, the representative was seen on Tuesday afternoon, filmed by FC Inter News, walking into the club’s offices, presumably to continue negotiations.
According to TuttoMercatoWeb, the aim is to find an agreement on the transfer fee, with the Red Devils asking for €85m while the Italians feel €65m is a reasonable enough price.
Lukaku has made it clear he wants to leave Old Trafford this summer, and it appears his agent is doing his utmost to make his client’s wishes come true.
There are several films now of Pastorello walking into the offices, so it’s clear he’s there.
🎥 #Inter Federico #Pastorello nella sede nerazzurra: sul tavolo delle trattative in particolare gli obiettivi #Lazaro e #Lukaku. L’agente cura anche gli interessi di #Keita e #Candreva 📲@calciomercatoit pic.twitter.com/nK3vyNd2Qq
— Giorgio Musso (@GiokerMusso) June 25, 2019