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If reports are to be believed, it looks like Manchester United have come to a decision about the future of Romelu Lukaku.
The Belgian forward has struggled for consistency this season under Jose Mourinho and Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, scoring just eight Premier League goals all season.
Many fans believe his time at Old Trafford could be up in the summer window after a disappointing two year spell at Old Trafford, and a recent report may just confirm that.
The Mirror have revealed that talks have already begun with Juventus and Inter Milan over potential moves for Paulo Dybala and Mauro Icardi.
In the meantime United are ready to offload Lukaku for £75 million.
The 25-year-old's transfer from Everton to Manchester United in 2017 was officially undisclosed, but it was reported to be worth an initial £75 million, plus £15 million in add-ons.
The club may take a loss if that valuation is indeed correct, but potential deals for icardi and Dybala will surely be a consolation for fans.
Mauro Icardi has recently broken his silence about his ongoing problems at the Italian club.
The 25-year-old Argentine striker was dropped as club captain, with the armband being handed to Samir Handanović as his successor.
The former Inter captain also did not travel with the squad for their Europa League match with Rapid Wien on Thursday.
Icardi has now taken to his Instagram account to send I Nerazzurri fans a message. Interestingly, the Argentina international has decided to quote the famous American author Mark Twain in his post.
"It's better to keep your mouth shut and appear stupid than open it and remove all doubt," he wrote.
Dybala has also been in the news of late, with a transfer being touted.
Serie A champions Juventus are eyeing up what would likely be the the biggest transfer of the summer by offering €50 million and Paulo Dybala to try and sign Mohamed Salah from Liverpool.
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