Italian reports suggest Inter offered €20m for a two-year Romelu Lukaku loan with €50m option to buy, but Manchester United rejected that too.
The Nerazzurri have made no secret of their interest in the Belgium international and he in turn dropped hints he’ll come to San Siro to work with Antonio Conte.
An initial proposal of €10m for a two-year loan with €60m option to buy in 2021 was turned down.
According to Tuttomercatoweb, Inter raised that to €20m for the two-season loan and purchase option at €50m.
However, Manchester United seem adamant they will not accept any loan or spread payment for the centre-forward.
Inter won’t pay €70m upfront, so all they can do is wait and see if Manchester United change their minds.