Manchester United are reportedly eyeing a swap deal with Inter Milan for Mauro Icardi to help push through Romelu Lukaku's exit. Lukaku has fallen out-of-favour under Manchester United boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer last season and the Belgian striker Lukaku is keen on a move to Serie A and Inter, now managed by Antonio Conte, are the strong favourites to sign him, having expressed an interest in signing him. However, the Italian side are unable to generate enough funds to match United's £75m valuation, putting a move in jeopardy and are willing to include Icardi in the deal. Icardi is amongst Europe’s finest finishers, however, the forward has often been a source of controversy and has endured a difficult relationship with both teammates and the club’s supporters. According to The Express, though, Inter are willing to use Icardi as a makeweight, and the Red Devils would be interested in adding the prolific striker to their books. Icardi has scored 111 league goals for Inter in his six seasons at San Siro, twice finishing as Serie A’s top scorer.