In the latest episode of the ongoing verbal clash between the Manchester United legend Gary Neville and the recently departed Romelu Lukaku, the Englishman has revealed that he’s ‘delighted’ on the Belgian leaving Old Trafford.
Lukaku, who joined Serie A giants Inter Milan last month, was targeted by Neville, currently working as a pundit for Sky Sports, where the attacker was deprecated of being ‘overweight’ and ‘unprofessional’.
The 26 year old came up with an answer after 3 weeks: “Don’t question my professionalism. I live for this game. I am at home all the time. I try to do everything to improve.”
Following this, the former England skipper has added a recent comment on the ongoing tussle of words, stating on Twitter that no player has a place at the Theater of Dreams who think themselves to be “bigger than club.”
Here’s the tweet below-
I’m hearing you. I’m delighted he’s left . I won’t be happy till everyone single one of them that think they are better and bigger than the club and don’t want to be here are gone ! Nothing at all about his nationality or him not being a good player .He will always score goals . https://t.co/Ro11KH15oX
— Gary Neville (@GNev2) September 1, 2019
Lukaku joined the Nerazzuri in early August for €80 million, in addition to a five year contract at a wage of £300,000 per week.
It is now to be seen how the Belgian international comes up with an answer to this, or even if he does.
Inter are currently second in the Italian league table and will face Cagliari in the upcoming away fixture at Sardegna Arena.