Romelu Lukaku has admitted he hopes to play in Italy in the future, as he casts doubt over his long-term future at Manchester United.
The Belgium international has scored four goals in seven Premier League starts this season, however has nonetheless to hit prime kind amid the struggles of Jose Mourinho’s aspect.
With Mourinho’s own future up within the air, moreover as many of the Belgian’s team-mates as well as Paul Pogba, Lukaku has expressed his want to depart the club, though he didn’t place a timeframe on the move.
Lukaku’s brother Jordan presently plies his trade with Lazio and the 25-year-old was asked if he would be open to playing his football in Italy.
‘Why Not? I hope it happens,’ he told Gazetta dello Sport.
Lukaku had bigged up Juventus – who are in the same Champions League group as Manchester United – naming them as one of the biggest clubs in Europe.
‘Without doubt, Juve area unit one amongst the two-three best groups in Europe,
’ he added. ‘They’ve got a good coach on the bench extraordinary players in every area of the team.’