Romelu Lukaku is ‘sufficiently bad’ to play for Manchester United, as per a previous mentor of the club.
The Everton striker took to Twitter taking after daily paper reports in regards to his future, with The S*n guaranteeing the Belgian could make a beeline for Old Trafford this late spring.
Be that as it may, in spite of Lukaku’s protestations via web-based networking media – entreating them to “remain out of my business” – Rene Meulensteen has turned out to scrutinize Lukaku’s abilities of playing for United.
The Dutchman put in 12 years in Manchester satisfying a large group of instructing obligations, and was Sir Alex Ferguson’s last right hand.
Fizzled spells as a full-time administrator with Fulham, and additionally sides in Russia and Israel, have taken after.
That, in any case, has not prevented him from contemplating whether the 23-year-old is excessively one-dimensional, making it impossible to play for Jose Mourinho’s side.
Try not to misunderstand me here, Lukaku has clearly had a fabulous season and he is a goalscorer,” he said. “In any case, at a club like Manchester United you require more strings to your bow.
“What he needs to grow unquestionably is his diversion on the ball, as far as brisk mixes with his partners.
“That is the place he misses the mark, I think, and it’s something that is not as uncovered at a club like Everton.
“In any case, on the off chance that you play at the most elevated amount, your artfulness on the ball in the last third, your basic leadership must be totally spot on.
“Yes he would bring power, he would bring quality, yet when you investigate the years at the strikers United have had, does he fit in a similar line of strikers? I don’t think so.”
Hypothesis over Lukaku’s future at Goodison proceeds, with the player unyielding he won’t sign the new contract offered to him.
The Blues have reacted to that by making It clear they won’t enable the striker to leave unless they get an offered of £100millio