​​Inter Milan manager, Antonio Conte is reportedly furious with the club hierarchy over their stalling tactics regarding the ​signing of striker, Romelu Lukaku from Manchester United, with the ​Sun claiming that the Italian is not happy with these recent developments.

The Belgian is understood to be Conte's number one target as he sets to imprint his own stamp on the squad and while negotiations have been underway between the two clubs over the striker, nothing has come out of it as of now.

Despite ​Lukaku informing manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer of his desire to leave, United will not accept anything less than £75million for his signing, while ​Inter for now have £60m, which would see £40m paid up front and a further £20m over Lukaku’s contract.

Following this deadlock, Inter's club hierarchy are now understood to be unsure if the Belgian is worth the money and are considering looking for cheaper options elsewhere. This recent development has irked Conte, who believes that the club are going back on the promises made that led him to accept the management post in the summer.

The 49-year-old was also told that the club would get rid of the likes of Mauro Icardi, Radja Nainggolan and Jaoa Marion in the summer, but so far they still remain at the club.