Football News: Inter hero hits out at Lukaku- ‘One thing you must never do’
Romelu Lukaku’s choice to leave Inter Milan and join Chelsea continues causing uproar among the Inter Milan fans and the media space in general.
Speaking to Gazzetta Dello Sport (via Sport Witness) Milito was asked directly about the big summer transfer, to which he replied: “There is one thing you must never do, promise something you cannot keep. It may be that a player like him, who has given so much, chooses to go elsewhere, but the fans are disappointed precisely because of those statements”. Information Guide Nigeria
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