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ESPN pundit speaks badly of Lukaku



Romelu Lukaku

ESPN pundit Craig Burley has spoken badly of Manchester United striker, Romelu Lukaku and he thinks the player is not worthy to be a Manchester United player.

Burley called on United’s manager Jose Mourinho to drop the Belgium international out from his team having failed to deliver.

According to the Burley, the former Everton player is only being favoured by the Portuguese manager and will not have the chances he has got now under a different manager.

The Pundit in his analysis claims that Lukaku is outdated and cannot fit into the new style of play which is now obtainable at the moment, adding that if United recruits a new manager or sporting director

Burnley argued that the Belgium striker only performs against weaker teams because of his strength and size, adding that those qualities become ineffective against stronger teams.

He, therefore, advocated for Marcus Rashford who according to him is more of a natural striker and with his young age and experience, he can be given the nod at United.

Lukaku has been in poor form this season for United and has not hit the back of the net in six games as a striker.

The Belgium striker who is currently on international break is expected to return fresh for Chelsea at the Stamford Bridge.

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