Reports in Italy and England state that Manchester United striker Romelu Lukaku is set to sign a five-year contract after undergoing Inter Milan medical on Thursday.
Juventus looked to have secured the Belgian in a swap deal, but Paulo Dybala’s unwillingness to join United in exchange put pay to that move.
The 26-year-old has been a long-time target for Beneamata boss Antonio Conte, who wanted him at Chelsea.
Reports emerged on Wednesday that Inter have finally agreed a fee in the region of €80m for Manchester United striker Romelu Lukaku.
Multiple sources, including Sky Sport Italia, Gianluca Di Marzio, Fabrizio Romano, Tuttomercatoweb and Calciomercato.com, report a verbal agreement has been reached for Lukaku to join Inter.
All that is left is for the paperwork to be signed so the Belgian can complete his transfer, with Gazzetta dello Sport specifying he will pen a five-year contract worth €7.5m a season plus bonuses.
Sky writes the Nerazzurri will pay €65m plus €13m in bonuses, while United are entitled to 20 percent of a future resale.
Elsewhere, Tuttomercatoweb is going for €70m + €13m and Calciomercato has down a figure of €80m plus addons.
It comes, according to Football Italia, after a major breakthrough in talks on Wednesday, instigated by his agent Federico Pastorello flying into London with the intention of bringing an end to the saga.