Man United striker Romelu Lukaku has called on the club to decide his future after his brace in the Euro Qualifier against Scotland kept Belgium on course for a place in Euro 2020.
Lukaku found the back of the net just 12 times for the Red Devils last season but increased his international tally to 48 after scoring twice in Belgium’s 3 nil win against Scotland on Tuesday.
According to the striker’s representative, Federico Pastorello, in a chat with Sky Sports back in April, Lukaku’s future would be decided at the end of the 2018/19 season amid reported interest from Inter Milan.
When asked if he would still be wearing the Manchester United jersey next season, he replied:
“It’s up to the club.
“The club have to come out with statements. I’m not here to entertain any rumours.
“I just play my football and we’ll take it from there.”
Lukaku joined the Red Devils from Everton in 2017 under Jose Mourinho in a deal worth an initial £75m. The Belgian still has 3 years left in his contract.
Meanwhile, Marcus Rashford emerged as Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s favorite to lead the line for Man United since he assumed the managerial helm at the club, fuelling a possible departure for Lukaku this summer.
The reports are coming after Lukaku revealed that he had a dream to play in the Serie A now or in the future.