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Why Lukaku’s Loyalty is already shifting away from Jose Mourinho



Romelu Lukaku

Belgium international Romelu Lukaku scored a brace in Man United’s win over Crystal Palace on Wednesday and that has got him singing the praise of manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer for his impact.

The former Everton player is known to be a strong loyalist of former manager Jose Mourinho before his sack last December with reports claiming that he was unhappy with the decision of the club to let the Portuguese boss and was seeking a move away from the club.

Despite his lack of quality performance, Romelu Lukaku was still hailed as a very important player and was tipped for success at the Old Trafford while he also hailed the manager as a professional who handles relationships with the players in the right manner.

However, with a new beginning under the current United boss, Romelu Lukaku seems to be changing his loyalty as he claims to be learning a lot under the new manager.

He said the fact that the United boss is a former attacker helps him to improve and learn every day in the game.

Meanwhile, it is worth noting that Romelu Lukaku has been a bench player for past games but got an unseal opportunity to start the game because of the absence of Anthony Martial and Marcus Rashford due to injury.