Rommel Lukaku scored goals when he scored twice Belgium's 3-0 victory against Scotland.
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The Manchester United star recently was linked to the giant Serie A Inter, who recently joined Antonio Conte as a new manager.
After his two goals against Belgium against Scotland, Lukaku declined to say whether he would stay in Manchester United.
"I want to talk to my club and my agent, Federico Pastorello, and make the best decision." I will now enjoy my family holiday. But I know what I want, but I do not want to say it. If I expect a lively summer? Yes,
said mysterious Lukaku before the press after settling Belgium against Scotland before striking:
– I have already decided on the future, but I can not reveal anything, because I have a contract with Manchester United and because I respect the club, according to Sportmediaset.
Former Chelsea striker scored 15 goals in all Manchester United tournaments last season. He admits that the season is not as expected.
– I have a tough season at the club level. I lost my place in the team and did not play as much as I wanted. But this is only a career phase that will help me take new steps forward, "he concluded.
He also expressed a clear desire to try Serie A, which does not stop exactly the speculation that the Belgian may head to Inter.
– I'm a big fan of Serie A. Those who know me know I wanted to play in the Premier League and Serie A. Cristiano Ronaldo came to Italy last year, Sarry takes over Juventus and Ancelotti is in Naples. Series A will be incredibly exciting next season, he says, according to United.no.
Solskjær received no help from United's trade
While Lukaku is in danger of disappearing from Old Trafford, it is now clear that Manchester United is refusing to appoint a sports director who will be responsible for
players buy and sell, reported Daily Mail.
So it seems that club director Ed Woodward will continue to run that part of the club. He has received a lot of criticism for a long time so he does not have enough experience in the field.