England’s well known Football side Manchester United are facing yet another setback after one of their top scorers R. Lukaku encountered an injury. Romelu Lukaku revealed he had ‘another good day’ at the Move to Cure rehabilitation centre in Belgium as he steps up his recovery from an ankle injury.
In any case, Lukaku has not been training with his Belgium teammates in the wake of getting a lower leg injury and the Belgium Football Organization affirmed this on Thursday and further added that he would not go to Bosnia and Herzegovina for Saturday’s World Cup qualifier.
Lukaku has stayed in his home, however, and has been working with eminent physiotherapist Lieven Maesschalck at his Clinic in Antwerp.
Maesschalck has a long history regarding Belgian footballer as the national team’s previous physio and has likewise already worked with AC Milan Football Club.
Lukaku could yet play for Belgium in their final qualifier against Cyprus on Tuesday – although boss Roberto Martinez may not risk him given how they have already qualified.
Below is a statement by Belgium National team Boss:-
“Romelu would like to join in, but he must be fully recovered. We will wait for as long as possible to make a decision and we also keep in touch with Manchester United.”