Man United reportedly ‘trigger €50m clause’ after missed Lukaku transfer payment

According to the report, Manchester United have reportedly triggered a clause placing Inter Milan in €50million of debt to them over their move for Romelu Lukaku.

Inter Milan club agreed a deal worth a reported fee of €80m to sign Lukaku from the Red Devils in 2019.

But Corriere dello Sport have now claimed that the deal included a clause that meant if Inter failed to meet any deadlines for set payments, they would immediately become a ‘debtor of United’ for the full remaining amount.

The agreed clause has been triggered creating a €50m (£43m) debt from Inter towards Manchester United.

That debt is said to be important due to UEFA licences, and the fact they are only issued to clubs up to date with payments as of March 31.

Manchester United have exercised pressure on Inter Milan due to some reasons.

This includes pushing for Milan Skriniar or Lautaro Martinez to potentially be sent to Old Trafford to clear the debt with both players admired by Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.

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