The Belgian worldwide scored twice as they beat Scotland 3-0 in their EURO 2020 qualifier in Brussels on Tuesday, and speaking afterwards the former Chelsea and Everton striker revealed his future is up in the air.
Robertson will likely get a slightly extended break, so perhaps we won't see him in action in the pre-season friendlies before the Reds head over to the U.S., but to suggest he will miss the start of the new season is massively overstating this injury.
The Belgian has previously admitted to a desire to play in Italy and he's now claimed recently appointed Antonio Conte is the best manager in the world.
'I was always a big fan of the Italian League, ' he told Sport Mediaset.
'I have two Leagues, which I've always dreamed about - the English League and Serie A.
"He was a young boy when he worked with me, he has grown since then, strong, a goal scorer and he has played for some of the best clubs in the Premier League. So I think Serie A will be really exciting next year and I'm really happy for Italian football".
"He [Conte] knows what I think about him", the former Anderlecht star explained.
Asked if he will still be a Manchester United player next season, Lukaku said: "It's up to the club".
Lukaku, 26, joined United from Everton in 2017 and was a regular starter under Jose Mourinho.
The report states Inter's efforts to sign the attacker are gaining more and more consistency, despite United's decision to not give any discounts.Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's side value Lukaku around €70m and have already turned down the offer of €30m plus Ivan Perisic for him.