Despite speculation linking Romelu Lukaku with a return to the Premier League and Manchester City, the Belgian striker has made it clear that holds no interest for him.
Although City are highly unlikely to do any transfer business in January, the club hierarchy are set to hand Pep Guardiola a substantial budget to rebuild his squad in the summer, with a new striker top of his priority list.
One of the names that has already been mentioned is former Manchester United striker Lukaku, bit the Inter Milan forward has made it clear that he is happy with life in Italy.
He first moved to England with Chelsea in 2011, but atter struggling for first-team opportunities and loan spells with Everton and West Brom, he moved to Goodison Park on a permanent basis in 2014.
United paid £75 million to sign him in 2017, but he fell out of favour with Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, and was eventually sold to Inter.
He has since rediscovered his confidence and scoring form, finding the net 34 times last season and 17 this campaign, form just 22 games.
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