New Inter Milan striker Romelu Lukaku has hit out at former club Manchester United for being scapegoated.
The Belgian national star spoke extensively with popular media channel ESPN about his exit from Manchester United.
According to him, he was made the scapegoat at Manchester United as the former West Brom, Stoke City and Everton player said that he was blamed for a lot of problems.
The Belgian international also narrated how his diet has been corrected at Inter Milan having been constantly criticized for being overweight at Manchester United.
Romelu Lukaku joined Manchester United from fellow Premier League side Everton in a £75m deal two years ago to make him the second most expensive player in the club’s history behind French World Cup winner Paul Pogba.
He went on to score 42 goals in his two seasons as a Manchester United player before joining Italian Serie A giants Inter Milan this summer.
Inter Milan might end up paying around £73.9m for his transfer with the Nerazzuri expected to pay £64.7m upfront plus £7.2m in add-ons.
He has started his Inter Milan career positively after netting two goals in two league games.
Lukaku was on target during the first league game of the season, a 4-0 home win over newly promoted outfit Lecce.
He went on to score the winning goal in the next league game, a 2-1 away victory over Cagliari.