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'Lazy? Sluggish? Eff this, I'm out' –Romelu Lukaku hits back at Man United critics


  Inter striker Romelu Lukaku has thrown back at Man United critics who branded him "slothful" and "inactive" during his debut at Old Trafford.

 Man United forked out $58 million to signed Romelu Lukaku from Everton during 2017 transfer window by Jose Mourinho, having seen him scored 87 goals in 166 appearances for the Toffees.

 The 27-years-old had established himself as one of the dangerous striker in the English premier league during his 3-years spent at Goodison Park, and made a good start to his career at Old Trafford. 

 Romelu Lukaku serrated 26 goals in all competitions during his time season with Manchester United, helping them finish second position in the Premier League table and reach the FA Cup final in 2017/2018.

  Lukaku wasn't  in a good form in 2018-19 though, and questions were asked regarding his fitness and lack of quality, Sluggish as well in possession which mades the club to took decision to replaced head coach Jose Mourinho with Gunnar Solskjaer their former player.

  The Norwegian placed his trust in Anthony Martial and Marcus Rashford to partner with Romelu lukaku in the front line, while building up academy graduate Mason Greenwood into the first team.

 The Belgium international Man was suddenly sold to Inter Milan for £74 million last transfer window, where he has regained is quality to help Antonio Conte's side fight for title race and finished second in the league.

 Romelu Lukaku already his 37 goals to his career with inter Milan, and the ex-Man United forward believes his potential are appreciated far better in the Serie A than they ever were in English premier league.

  Lukaku insists he has not changed his game in Italy, however, he has been able to impress himself more freely without detractors jumping on his back at every possible chance.

 "A year ago, when I was played in England for Man United, I was 'slothful, I didn't run, I didn't do this and that'," Lukaku Said. But "Here, "inter Milan" they call me the most hardest worker player in the room.

 When you look at me playing here and there, I mean, there are improvements but the [same] Rom is still there. But when you look at me now you'll see a different outcome, you see the full person, you see the full quality. You see what I could have been doing in premier league at Old Trafford.

  They'll call me sluggish and I'm like, 'sluggish? Me, sluggish? I can't keep up with the fast pace game of Man United? "There were too many little things where I thought: this is not right.

 If you call me sluggish I'd not score a goal like I scored the second against Shakhtar Donetsk in the [Europa League] semi-final. "If I was Sluggish I'd not have got the penalty like I did against Sevilla in the final.

 That's two years after. "Are you going to say me at 27-years-old is faster than I was at 25-years-old? That is what I am trying to say. It is just little things. I was like, you know what? Eff this. I'm out.

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