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Transfer Updates On Romelu Lukaku, Frenkie de Jong & Declan Rice


Transfer Update On Romelu Lukaku, Frenkie de Jong & Declan Rice

Romelu Lukaku has arrived in Italy to undergo a medical ahead of his impending return to Inter Milan.

Inter football executive Beppe Marotta confirmed that Lukaku would be rejoining on a season-long loan deal.

The Belgian has arrived in Italy ahead of Wednesday's medical, with Inter supporters waiting to greet Lukaku who landed in Milan on Tuesday.

West Ham United midfielder Declan Rice reportedly has many admirers at Real Madrid, with the Spanish and European champions identifying the England international as a transfer target.

According to Defensa Central, Real Madrid are admirers of the former Chelsea youngster and could make a move for him during next summer's transfer window.

Manchester United are said to have reached a "broad agreement" with Barcelona over a move for midfielder Frenkie de Jong.

However, Sky Sports News reporter Michael Bridge claims that Man United now have an agreement of sorts in place with the Catalan club, who will receive an upfront fee of £56.2m.

Man United 'reach broad agreement over Frenkie de Jong fee'