Manchester United striker Romelu Lukaku will continue training with Anderlecht until his future is sorted, amidst Inter and Juventus speculation.
Lukaku has spent the last two days training with his former club, prompting Sport Mediaset to suggest the 26-year-old had gone on strike.
However, Sky Sports has followed up that the club and player reached a ‘mutual’ decision for him to stay in Belgium until there is ‘clarity’ on his whereabouts.
Juve and Inter are both desperate to add Lukaku to their ranks, while the former Everton hitman is equally keen to join either side.
As it stands, however, Paulo Dybala is not keen on a move to Old Trafford in exchange and the Nerazzurri have yet to come close to the €85m asking price.
Nonetheless, Sky has joined ESPN in claiming Ole Gunnar Solskjaer could promote 17-year-old Mason Greenwood to the role of Marcus Rashford’s deputy.
Not only would that address the Red Devils’ need for a replacement, but it would also give the Serie A rivals until the end of August to close a deal.