Manchester United have one less problem now after receiving information that Romelu Lukaku’s ankle scan show no fracture.
Lukaku has been sent to a hospital in Brussels on Monday while on international duty with his Belgium national team after experiencing pain during training with United.
Fortunately, the result of examination showed no significant damage and thus permits the 24-year-old player to stay with Belgium ahead of the World Cup qualifiers against Bosnia and Herzegovina in Sarajevo on Saturday and Cyprus in Brussels on Tuesday (standby and get the best betting tips on 12BET).
United chief, Jose Mourinho on the other hand hopes that the newly signed striker returns to the Premier League without any fitness woes.
Mourinho’s squad will face off three domestic league giants namely, Liverpool, Tottenham, and Chelsea. These matches are going to be clear opportunities for Lukaku to prove that he is highly capable of lifting his side to victory in big battles.
However, Juan Mata believes that the Belgian veteran has already exceeded people’s expectations.
“He gives a lot more to the team,” Mata stated.
“He has started really well and he has been a key part to our good start to the season.
“It’s not easy to come to United and reach expectations but he is doing more than people expected and that is great for us.”