The Red Devils invested heavily in the proven Premier League scorer to acquire the Belgium international from Everton in 2017.

Man United did not understand Lukaku’s potential

Manchester United didn’t understand the potential of Romelu Lukaku. According to Ivan Cordoba, while Inter won an amazing transfer call at Old Trafford. The Red Devils invested heavily in the proven Premier League scorer to acquire the Belgium international from Everton in 2017. Lukaku netted 42 goals in 96 games for United but still began to slip away because Ole Gunnar Solskjaer inherited managerial reins from Jose Mourinho. That ultimately led him to exits with Inter happy to offer the 26-year-old a clean slate in Italy. Cordoba was glad to see the prolific presence on the books of his former club but doubted why United was ready to part with a player who had a lot to offer. Cordoba told journalists: “Lukaku is an extraordinary footballer.

Lukaku is a champion

The Red Devils did not understand the Lukaku’s potential, and his last season was terrible for him. In my opinion, Lukaku proves to everyone that he is a champion. “He is purposeful, and the Premier League has greatly improved it”. It is a pity that Manchester United sold him, but I am happy that Inter bought it. Antonio Conte has been radical to his form at Inter. “Romelu scored the goal for Inter 23 times, in just 35 competitions. He has also been united in Milan by several familiar faces from his time in the Premier League. Ashley Young made his way to Manchester United. While Christian Eriksen got out of Tottenham Hotspur, and Victor Moses is taking in a loan spell from Chelsea.

Ivan expects that all those deals to benefit Inter, saying: “Eriksen and Young are great players and will give decisiveness and strength to Inter. I am happy that they chose Inter.” Eriksen comes from Tottenham, an excellent team, and Young was the symbol of Manchester United. Inter made two major purchases. Conte is currently waiting to see if the Serie A competition could resume against the backdrop of the coronavirus pandemic. At the same time, Inter went into lockout and sat in third place – nine points won from the leaders of Juventus with 13 games left with to nurse.