Romelu Lukaku Takes a Subtle Jibe at His Former Manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer
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Romelu Lukaku has just been transferred to Inter Milan from Manchester United and says he feel quite appreciated in the new club a lot more. By saying this he took a subtle dig at Ole Gunnar Solskjaer who is the manager of Manchester United. He also heaped praises on Inter Milan’s manager Antonio Conte and said that he has a very strong bond with the coach and he keeps him motivated. The manager was quite happy with his performance during Milan’s derby. The team won the game by 2-0 and with this, the team is currently leading the Serie A 2019 table with 12 points in their kitty. Romelu Lukaku Racial Abuse: Inter Milan Fans Claim Monkey Chants ‘Not Racist’ but ‘Form of Respect’ in Open Letter to Belgian Forward.

The former Manchester United player netted a goal at the 78th minute of the game. After the match during an interview, he was asked about the new coach to which he said, “My rapport with Conte is very strong, as he is a coach who really helps me. At the age of 26, I want a coach like this, who helps me every day and gives me motivation. I am very happy to be here and to be working with him. I’m really happy to be here and to be wearing this shirt.”

He also mentioned that the match was quite important for the team and they are pleased with three points. This is not the first time that Lukaku has taken a jibe at the former club. Not very long ago, did Lukaku take a dig at his former club and said that he is doing real work after a very long time.