ROMELU LUKAKU has flown to Italy to seal his Inter Milan transfer after Manchester United booted out the rebel striker.

United have sealed a £76.5million deal after fining him TWICE over failing to show for training and a tweet.

Lukaku, 26, flew from Brussels to Milan on Wednesday night and will undergo a medical on deadline day.

He will then join up with Antonio Conte’s squad, with Inter coughing up £64.5m up front and the rest in add-ons.

United and Inter reopened talks on Wednesday after Lukaku went to Belgium to train with Anderlecht after a bust-up with Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.

The Belgian striker believed he had permission to train away from club’s Carrington HQ but was punished for spending two days with Anderlecht.

United also clamped down on him for a tweet showing results of recorded speeds of players during training.

But his fines, costing two weeks’ wages and a smaller punishment for his social-media post, is a small price to pay as he now has his dream move.

Lukaku had his heart set on the San Siro but a bid of £54m was rejected.

That led to competition from Juventus and Napoli but Inter finally made a breakthrough yesterday when Lukaku’s agent Federico Pastorello travelled to London for talks.

Lukaku has made it clear he wants to leave United.

And his bitter exit accelerated at the weekend when he spoke with Solskjaer on Sunday during a 17-minute meeting.