If Inter Milan star Romelo Lukaku joins Manchester United this summer, the Red Devils will have plenty to cheer about. Lukaku is likely to sign a long-term contract with Chelsea this weekend after Inter Milan and Chelsea struck an agreement to finalize the £115 million transfer deal for the Belgian attacker.
Manchester United will profit £4 million from the transfer, according to Manchester United News, thanks to a sell-on clause agreed when Lukaku departed Old Trafford for Inter. Lukaku was originally sold to Everton for £28 million, and Chelsea's attempt to re-sign him in 2017 was failed, as he chose to join Manchester United for £75 million.He stayed at Old Trafford for 2 years before joining Inter Milan at a transfer fee of £73 million.
A new sell-on clause was included, stating that Manchester United will get 4% to 5% of any future sales made by Inter for Lukaku.
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