Manchester United have set their price for Inter Milan target Romelu Lukaku.
Corriere dello Sport says United are prepared to sell the Belgium international for €75m.

Inter have already tabled a contract offer worth €8m-a-year. Lukaku is on €11m-a-year - though that will be slashed this year by 25 per cent after failing to secure Champions League qualification.

The big stumbling block to a deal is United insisting only on a straight cash negotiation. Even an offer including Milan Skriniar has been turned down.

Lukaku is a priority target for new Inter coach Antonio Conte and the striker said of the Italian this week: "It's good to see Conte joined Inter, for me he is the best manager in the world.

"I've already taken a decision about the future.

"But I can't reveal it because I have a contract with United and because I respect the club."