It has been revealed that Manchester United boss Ole Gunnar solskjaer sanctioned the exit of Belgium international Romelu Lukaku for one reason.
Romelu Lukaku is keen to leave the Old Trafford at the end of the season as he is reportedly unhappy after an inconsistent performance in the just-concluded campaign.
The Red Devils have therefore permitted the Belgium international to leave the club as they have already begun the search for a new striker.
However, the latest reports hints that Man United boss permitted Romelu Lukaku to leave the club because he prefers to work with England international Marcus Rashford in the coming season.
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Ole Gunnar Solskjaer did not enjoy seeing the best of the Belgium international as the player was already out of form when he took over the job from former manager Jose Mourinho.
Marcus Rashford gave a better account of himself in the course of last season which makes him a better choice for the boss.
Meanwhile, Italian Serie A outfit Inter Milan are keen to land the Man United striker with reports that manager Antonio Conte, who is set to take charge in the coming season is his big fan.
Other reports also claim that Italian Seria A champions, Juventus are monitoring the situation with Romelu Lukaku.