Romelu Lukaku left Manchester United for Inter Milan in the summer of 2019.
The striker failed to have prominence under Ole Gunnar Solskjaer and decided to leave the Red Devils, just months after they appointed the Norwegian as their manager in December 2018.
Lukaku is now shining for the Nerazzurri and since the start of last season, he has netted more than 40 times, out of which nine goals have come from nine appearances this campaign.
Antonio Conte’s side host Real Madrid in the Champions League group stage clash later today and AS journalist Axel Torres states the Belgium international can be the ‘real danger’ for Los Blancos.
Torres has closely followed Roberto Martínez’s career and therefore, knows the 27-year-old very ‘well’ as the frontman played under the Spaniard, first at Everton and now with the national team.
Axel Torres also gave his views on why the Old Trafford side sold the player. According to the journalist, Lukaku’s ‘reputation for being clumsy’ led United to cut ties with him, despite the fact his stats were ‘more than decent’.
United cashed in excess of £70m from Lukaku’s sale, and the former Everton man is now enjoying life at Inter. It now looks like every party involved in the deal is happy with how things went.