Manchester United have revealed the circumstances under which Romelu Lukaku will be allowed to leave this summer.
The Belgian international fell below Marcus Rashford in the pecking order after Ole Gunnar Solskjaer replaced Jose Mourinho at the managerial helm at Old Trafford.
Lukaku has since been considering an exit from the Mancunian outfit, with his agent Federico Pastorello claiming that the striker would be open to a prospective switch to the Serie A.
Now, Het Belang van Limburg have provided an update on the player’s situation in their Tuesday’s edition.
As per the report, Manchester United have “made it clear” to Lukaku that he will be allowed to leave the club this summer, but only if they receive a “good offer” for his services.
However, not many interested parties are willing to cough up big money for the forward, who has bagged around 40 goals in the past two seasons.
Newly-crowned Italian champions Juventus as well as Antonio Conte-led Inter are rumoured to be in pursuit of Lukaku, but they will have to table a significant bid in order to pull this transfer off.
If no apt offer arrives, the former Everton star will be left with no option but to stay put in Manchester, and compete with Rashford for a spot in the starting lineup.