Manchester United striker Romelu Lukaku is more serious than ever about leaving Old Trafford to join a team in Serie A, according to a report.
Romelu Lukaku is reportedly considering leaving Manchester United in the summer as he is uncertain of his role in the team under Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.
The Belgium international has scored in just three of his last 20 appearances for the Red Devils and has recently talked up a move to Italian football.
According to the Manchester Evening News, Lukaku is serious about quitting Old Trafford because he does not believe Solskjaer will get the best out of him in his current system.
Marcus Rashford appears to be the Norwegian’s preferred choice through the middle thanks to his mobility in behind, with Lukaku starting the recent matches with Barcelona and Manchester City on the bench.
The report indicates that the 25-year-old is more serious than ever about joining a Serie A side, though Juventus and Inter Milan – the two sides most strongly linked with him – have yet to make a formal approach.
Lukaku may miss United’s final two league games of 2019-20 after picking up a hamstring injury over the past few days.
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