Manchester United are willing to listen to offers for Romelu Lukaku ahead of a summer rebuild, according to the Daily Telegraph.
The Belgium striker has lost his place in the main striker position to youngster Marcus Rashford since the arrival of manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.
Many believe, the Reds’ number 9 is not suited to the new manager’s high intensity playing style and could be a major part in the ‘ruthless’ overhaul the Norwegian has mentioned.
Lukaku started his Manchester United career amongst the scoring with an impressive 27 goals in all competitions last season. However, this campaign has been stop-start for the bullish forward, scoring just 15 goals with just five games remaining.
A host of elite European clubs are said to be interested in Lukaku, with Inter Milan, Paris St-Germain and Bayern Munich thought to have been sounded out.
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The former Everton man’s representative Federico Pastorello seemed to suggest a possible move during a TV interview last week, stating his client’s future was ‘very open’ and a move to Italy appealed to Lukaku as someone who loves to know different culture and football.
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