The Manchester United striker declared his appreciation for the Italian championship. In October he praised the Juventus project
Romelu Lukaku dreams of Serie A. Probably Juventus. The Manchester United striker spoke in an interview with Sky Sport this week, releasing very interesting statements: “Playing in Italy would be a dream for me, I already know a few words in Italian because of my brother.” In fact, in Serie A, Jordan Lukaku, a Lazio substitute, arrived in the capital during the summer of 2016.
The tip then immediately specified: “At the moment, however, I am focused only on my present, which is at United”.
THE FUTURE – It is not the first time Lukaku talks about Italy. Already in October the United striker had openly praised Juventus stating that “theirs is a great project” and calling Cristiano Ronaldo “the best”. The bianconeri had been close to its purchase in the summer of 2014, then everything had faded for the transfer to Everton. A choice never regretted, as confided to Sky: “I don’t know why, I didn’t hear it, something didn’t convince me. The next day Conte left Juventus. And so I thought: “Thank God I didn’t go.” Although I believe that Allegri is a great coach, I decided to go to Everton.
NO TIME – The class ’93 striker is not experiencing the best moment of his season with Manchester United. The last goals date back to March 6, a double that eliminated the PSG from the Champions League. Since that night Lukaku has jammed, and Solskjaer has not lined him up in the derby against Manchester City.