Manchester United are ready to leave Romelu Lukaku leaving to bring a new striker in the summer.
The Belgian has struggled for form this season and various reports on the Sunday morning complaint from United are ready to download him and bring Paulo Dybala or Mauro Icardi.
United has already started talks with both Juventus and Inter Milan on potential agreements for both players as they carry out plans for the summer transfer window, despite not having a permanent manager on site, reports The Mirror .
It is claimed that the United States wants a mobile attacker with a goal goal and both players are currently under evaluation.
There is also the suggestion that Lukaku will offer as a sweetener in an attempt to break down the £ 100m transfer fee that would be required for both players.
Lukaku is aware of the situation, the report states, and would not be against making the transition, even if he would prefer to join Juventus on Inter.
In other transfer news, it is said that the United States is willing to pay the huge amount of compensation that would come with the attempt to land Mauricio Pochettino as a permanent manager for the United States.
The Spurs boss remains a priority in finding the next United manager, even though Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's results mean he has firmly pushed himself into contention.
The Evening Standard United reports will not be returned to Pochettino despite the compensation commission of some 34 million pounds which they would have to pay out.
The suggestion is that the cost would be distributed over the entire length of any agreement proposed to United.