Romelu Lukaku was asked about his Manchester United future during an interview after netting a brace for Belgium in a 3-0 win against Scotland on Tuesday.
Lukaku joined Manchester United just two years ago, but his performances last season were very inconsistent, scoring just 15 goals in 45 games in all competitions.
Inter Milan's new manager, Antonio Conte, is rumoured to be interested in signing the Belgian forward, as he looks to find a replacement for the departing Mauro Icardi.
When he was asked, Lukaku replied by saying that "I’ll speak with my club and my agent Federico Pastorello to make the best decision,” adding that "Do I expect a busy summer? Yes."
He went on to criticise himself for his performances this season, saying that "I’ve had a difficult season at club level. I lost my place and haven’t played much."
However, when pressed by a journalist over the pending move to Inter Milan, the striker refused to comment, increasing the rumours about a deal being in place for him to leave.
Romelu Lukaku has often spoken of a possible transfer to the Serie A, as he sees it as his "dream" to play in Italy.