According to Federico Pastorello, the Italian Lega Serie A club has to move towards his client if they want to sign him.
There have been some rumors that Italian Lega Serie A side Internazionale Milan want to sign Romelu Lukaku from English Premier League club Manchester United.
But according to Lukaku’s agent Federico Pastorello, there has not been real interest from the Neroazzurri.
And if they want to sign him, they will have to get “closer” to his client.
“There are no particular new developments, just a chat with the director to understand the situation better and we’ll see what decisions they have to make,” said Pastorello to Football Italia.
“We certainly don’t decide the timing. If the player wants to be signed, they need to move towards him too.”
He explained: “I’ve never stated numbers, so I don’t know if those are the figures they’ve got in mind.”
“You’d have to ask Inter. Lukaku is certainly a declared transfer target, but declaring a target doesn’t necessarily mean achieving it.”
“It’s still very difficult,” he concluded.
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