Inter raise offer for rebel striker Lukaku
Inter Milan have submitted a new and improved bid for Romelu Lukaku in the hope of finally signing the wantaway Manchester United frontman.
The 26-year-old is hoping to leave Old Trafford for pastures new just two years after his big-money switch from Everton.
Having seen a swap deal with Juventus collapse due to Paulo Dybala's reluctance to go the other way, Lukaku surprisingly started the week training with former club Anderlecht.
Those developments have seen Antonio Conte's side redouble efforts to sign Lukaku.
Inter had a €60m (£54m) opening offer rejected last month and have now upped terms in an attempt to finally strike a deal.
Lukaku's agent Federico Pastorello is understood to be in London to help get the move over the line, as well as discuss his client's recent issues.
The Belgian looks to be at the point of no return with United, whose manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer was annoyed to see the striker's Twitter video showing internal data of the players' maximum speed in training.
Lukaku reportedly faces a fine for that, despite swiftly deleting the post, plus another fine could be on its way for training away from United this week.
Eyebrows were raised on Monday when the striker was pictured training with boyhood club Anderlecht.
United's players had a day off on Monday and Lukaku was expected back on Tuesday with the rest of Solskjaer's squad.
However, Belgian newspaper Het Laatste Nieuws published a photo of the striker training with Anderlecht once again - a matter United declined to comment on. Lukaku's whereabouts yesterday was unconfirmed.