is reportedly desperate to leave Manchester United
this summer, and is 'hell-bent' on securing a £75million move to Inter Milan before the window closes.
Lukaku held crunch talks with manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer this week, but The Sun
report that the Belgian has made his mind up about leaving.
The paper write that Lukaku has felt undermined for the last six months, with his manager making it clear that he is behind Marcus Rashford
in the pecking order.
It is believed Solskjaer pleaded with Lukaku to stay at the club into next season, but the 26-year-old wants to leave the club to join Inter Milan as soon as they stump up Manchester United's £75m asking price.
Rashford has been handed a bumper new £300,000-a-week deal, further cementing his place at the top of the pecking order at Old Trafford.
It is reported that Lukaku believes he was 'hung out to dry' by the United management team at the back end of last season, with Solskjaer openly telling reporters several players would be leaving the club.
When asked whether Lukaku was among then, the Norwegian did little to dampen the rumours, and the player has not felt wanted in the north west.
Antonio Conte is said to be very keen to bring Lukaku to the San Siro, and has given the impression that he would be the main man up top.
Despite the potential exit, Solskjaer insisted on Wednesday that no bids have been made for any of his players, despite previously claiming there would be some high-profile exits this summer.
Two players have come through the door at United in the form of Aaron Wan-Bissaka in a £50m move from Crystal Palace, and Daniel James - £17m from Swansea.