Romelu Lukaku has cracked a new spade against Zlatan Ibrahimovic during an interview granted this Friday to the newspaper Corriere della Sera. The Inter striker criticized the overly individualistic behavior of the AC Milan striker.
Inter won their first Serie A title after eleven years of waiting and the fabulous hat-trick signed by José Mourinho’s group in 2010. Great craftsman of the 19th Scudetto of the Nerazzurri, Romelu Lukaku shone this season with 21 goals and 9 assists in 33 league games. Small flat for the Belgian, his verbal altercation with Zlatan Ibrahimovic during the Milan derby at the end of January in the Italian Cup. The two stars had been fined and suspended for a match following their behavior deemed unsportsmanlike. Since then, the two men are engaged in a media battle and Romelu Lukaku gave a layer on Friday.
“He wants to win for himself, me for Inter, Ronaldo for Juve”
“He is a great player, he won everywhere, he first explained the interior scorer with Corriere della Sera. He has scored more than 500 goals.” But the praise quickly gave way to a nice spade for the one he rubbed shoulders with in England during the 2017-2018 season. “Until Manchester, we had a good relationship. We need players of this level in Serie A, chained the Red Devils striker before tackling him. He wants to win for himself, me for the Inter, Ronaldo for Juve. “
A new projection which follows closely that released by Romelu Lukaku on social networks after the coronation of Inter in the league. “The true god has crowned the king! Now bow down! King of Milan,” Romelu Lukaku wrote on Instagram earlier this week. An explicit response to a Zlatan release a few months ago. “Milan has never had a king, now they have a god”, had launched Zlatan Ibrahimovic.
Sacred champion and assured of playing the next edition of the Champions League, Inter can now play without pressure the last four days of the season in Serie A. On the contrary, AC Milan and its Swedish star will have to fight until at the end to snatch a ticket in the prestigious competition. Fourth with two points ahead of Naples, the Rossoneri move this Sunday on the field of Juventus. A duel that could undermine the ambitions of the Lombard club.