Romelu Lukaku could yet be on his way this summer as Inter Milan are preparing a £9m offer to sign the Manchester United forward on a two-year loan.
The deal would also include an obligation to buy the striker for a further £54m.
Inter, will be released by UEFA from a Financial Fair Play (FFP) settlement agreement, and they will be free to sign players on June 30.
The forward’s agent Federico Pastorello was in Milan on Tuesday to discuss terms with Inter and when asked about the possibility of Inter signing Lukaku this summer, Pastorello said nothing is impossible.
“Yes, he’s publicly expressed his plans and desires. We’ll see what happens.
“Lukaku is a dream, a difficult one to make happen as such, but I believe nothing is impossible. It’s not impossible and Inter is trying hard.”
Lukaku is expected to hold talks with Ole Gunnar Solskjaer over his future at Manchester United when the striker reports back for pre-season training next week
Inter manager Antonio Conte tried to buy Lukaku in 2017 when he was in charge of Chelsea but the 26-year-old opted to join United instead.
Lukaku moved to Old Trafford for an initial £75m from Everton and has scored 42 goals in 96 appearances.