Inter Milan have reportedly agreed personal terms with Manchester United striker Romelu Lukaku, according to the Mirror.
The Italian giants are said to have agreed to match Lukaku's £175,000-a-week wage demands, as they look to tie up the first major signing for the club.
Former Chelsea manager Antonio Conte made it clear that he wanted Lukaku to be his first signing once he takes charge of the San Siro outfit, and it seems the club will offer him his wishes.
The Italian is a huge admirer of the Belgian and wanted to sign him for Chelsea in 2017, only for him to end up at rivals United.
Lukaku started his life at United beautifully in the first season, but his fortunes have dwindled over time, even though he has scored 42 goals in 96 games for United over the two seasons.
He has been deemed surplus at the club, with Marcus Rashford sneaking ahead of him in the pecking order under Ole Gunner Solskjaer.
Manchester would want to recoup a huge chunk of the £75,000 they paid Everton two years ago for his services and would hold out for an amount close to the figure.
Lukaku has made his desire to leave clear and said in April that he would welcome a 'dream' move to Italy.