EPL: Solskjaer reveals why Man Utd sold Lukaku, no replacement was signed
- Author: Lawrence Cooper Aug 10, 2019,
Aug 10, 2019, 0:28
"Lukaku is ours" chanted Inter Milan ecstatic fans who turned out at the airport to welcome him on his arrival during the night.
"I'm here to bring the Nerazzurri back to the top".
Ahead of Chelsea's opening-weekend trip to Old Trafford, however, Lampard insisted the criticism Solskjaer has faced is not justified.
The 81-cap Belgium global spent two seasons in Manchester, scoring 28 goals in 66 appearances for the Red Devils.
The reigning Manchester United player of the year went on to admit that last season was embarrassing for the club.
"He started well, then obviously he lost a little bit of confidence and then found it hard to get back up to form".
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Sean Dyche has only lost Tom Heaton from Burnley's first-team this summer, although a handful of fringe players have also left Lancashire on free transfers. That was my question. "He will score goals and do well at Inter Milan but unprofessionalism is contagious".
"At the end of the day if you have someone like Lukaku you have to play in a certain way with him".
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has indicated that he will not miss Romelu Lukaku at Manchester United as he believes his side have a different attacking set-up at the moment.
Lukaku's agent, Federico Pastorello, posted a picture on Instagram of the two aboard what looks to be a private jet with the caption: "Verified Ready to take off. direction Milano!"
"Over the years, players have wanted to leave, it's not anything new".
Considering his goalscoring record in the two years at the club, Lukaku is not at the elite level of strikers.
Speaking as the club the ex-United stars now own, Salford City, signed a five-year sponsorship deal with communications giant TalkTalk, Phil Neville said: "He started well, didn't he?"
Initially linked to Antonio Conte's Inter, Serie A champions Juventus emerged as the frontrunners for Lukaku after discussing a swap deal involving Paulo Dybala, however United failed to reach an agreement with the latter.