According to the former English Premier League player, Romelu Lukaku will be a big loss this season for the Red Devils.
Belgian international attacker, Romelu Lukaku, has completed a move from Manchester United to Internazionale Milan.
And according to former Premier League player Paul Ince, he will be a big loss for the Red Devils.
“It’s a tough one with Romelu Lukaku because the fact of the matter is he is always going to score you goals. Last season you could see the signs that he wasn’t happy, that he wanted to leave,” Ince told Goal.
“There were signs that the end was approaching for him, but what he does offer is guaranteed goals in the net.”
“As a club, for United to suddenly lose 20 or so goals that he nets, that’s a big loss and they should have replaced him – his goals will be missed,” he added.
“It puts a lot of pressure on Marcus Rashford and Anthony Martial. In my eyes, for United to be performing well, Rashford needs to be netting 20-25 goals this season and I’m not yet sure if he’ll do that.”
Ince commented: “I look at United and I feel like they’re almost copying a Liverpool model.”
“They got Virgil van Dijk in and United got Harry Maguire in, and it seems they’ve gone for three forwards too, pacey players like [Anthony] Martial, [Jesse] Lingard and [Marcus] Rashford – I don’t see where Lukaku fits into that – so I’m not surprised Ole let him go.”
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