Manchester United officials have told striker Romelu Lukaku that he is free to leave the club, according to The Sun.
After showdown talks, the United hierarchy have made it clear they will allow Lukaku to join Inter should the Serie A side offer more than the £75 million ($95m) United paid for his services two years ago.
Juventus are also monitoring Lukaku’s situation but Inter are in pole position to land the 26-year-old.
Antonio Conte wants rid of Mauro Icardi at Inter, Gazzetta dello Sport reports.
The Italian outlet suggests that the Argentine’s quality is not in question, but rather does not want a repeat of the contract drama which saw the striker dropped from the squad this term.
It is said that Inter hope to make around €80 million (£70m/$90m) on the player’s sale, with Atletico Madrid and Juventus credited with an interest.
Inter have confirmed the departure of Luciano Spalletti as head coach, with Antonio Conte widely believed to be the Serie A side’s next appointment.
A statement released by the club reads: “FC Internazionale Milano announces that Luciano Spalletti will no longer hold the role of first-team coach. The club thanks the technician for the work done and the path taken together.”
Conte is expected to make €10 million per season in the San Siro dugout.
Barcelona’s Coutinho is wanted by a number of clubs across Europe as the Spanish giants prepare to offload him.
Mundo Deportivo claim the Brazilian is wanted by both Chelsea and Manchester United, with PSG also interested in his signing.