Former Manchester United Striker Ruud Van Nistelrooy dub pickout Romelu Lukaku best attribute 

Former Manchester United striker Ruud van Nistelrooy dun carry heavy believe for mind say Romelu Lukaku strengths bin be hin physical attributes.

One of the most physically dominating strikers for Premier League, the Belgium international sef chop plenty popularity for hin pace and Van Nistelrooy believe say hin also be one of the more consistent forwards in front of goal.


​Hin yarnUnited website: “Physically, hin be unbelievably strong and, with the kyn pace hin get en, hin often dey put away the chances hin gets. 

“I think say hin be one of the true number nines, like Harry Kane for Tottenham – dem be kanpe centre-forwards who sef be reference point for build-up play. 

“Romelu na strong pesin on ball but also when hin dey make runs and finishing chances.”

Van Nistelrooy con also believe say Lukaku go be success if hin go set yanch wella fit in for United after hin time for Everton.


He added: “Well, hin dun prove hinself wella for Everton. Hin challenge now na to make another step up con prove himself for hin new club as well. Na different tin to play for United to playing for Everton, so e go be mental step, too. 

“The pressure dey different, so if hin dey capable of dealing with that, I no con see any problem. I also think say having better players around am go help and I think say hin go fit in wella wella. I dey expect am to start hitting hin peak now. 

“From the club point of view, na the perfect time to sign am. Over the next six, seven or eight years, United go hopefully get great centre-forward in Romelu Lukaku.”


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