Romelu Lukaku finally leaves Manchester United and move to Serie A’s club, Inter Milan after spending the past few months in uncertainty about his future with the Red Devils’ side. Prior to the 2019 summer transfer market, Romelu Lukaku names popped out in the media as one of the most probable players who’ll get out of the Old Trafford Stadium. His condition with the Red Devils in the past season was not okay. Mainly because Manchester United new manager favored other players like Anthony Martial and Marcus Rashford.
The Belgian international player himself wants to resolve his future very much, whether it means he’s staying at the Old Trafford or leaving the club this summer. He’s reportedly has talked with Manchester United manager prior to his transfer and talked about the possibility. And now the 26-year-old player slammed his former club for how they treated him at the club before he made his move to Serie A.
All He Wanted Was A Little Bit Of Protection
Romelu Lukaku joined Inter Milan in a 73 million pounds transfer after months of speculation that Manchester United was prepared to offload him. He no longer needed in Ole Gunnar Solksjaer’s squad as the Norwegian manager preferred Anthony Martial and Marcus Rashford as his first choice in the forward position. For your information, Ole Gunnar Solksjaer took over Manchester United manager position last December.
Although Romelu Lukaku accepted he fell down the pecking order, he told sports betting Malaysia he felt the club hung him out to dry. He felt unprotected by the club. In the past few months, a lot of speculation about him was said. The media talks so much about him but he felt the club never tries to protect him as their player and he felt disappointed.
The media talks about him like he doesn’t deserve to be in the Old Trafford and all of that stuff. But the club never said a word about him to protect him as their player. He admits that he was telling Ole Gunnar Solksjaer he wants to leave the club and the manager allows him to do so.