Lukaku won’t be returning to San Siro: Milan’s sporting director hints giving out statements over the Belgian.

Lukaku to be seen in Newcastle

The war of words between Former Chelsea man Romelu Lukaku and Inter Milan sporting director Piero Ausilio is not stopping. Lukaku was an important part of Milan’s campaign where they won the Scudetto. However, the sporting director’s comments over the player has made one thing clear. That is, Lukaku won’t be returning to San Siro. Moreover, he has been seen recieving a hostile welcome last time he visited San Siro to play against his former team.

Lukaku is currently on loan to AS Roma from Chelsea. The Italians can make it a permanent deal if they are determined enough to pay £40 million for him.

However, it is not clear that this deal is going to be confirmed or not. But one thing is clear for sure. The Belgian is not going to get a warm welcome from last season’s champions league finalists. He is going to face the heat of the fans as well.

Lukaku won’t be returning back to the former Scudetto winners: What the director has to say.

As per caughtoffside, Piero Ausilio has his say over the matter relating to the player.

“I don’t like to talk about other team’s players. Haven’t done that in past few months. Lukaku was an important player for us. We won the Scudetto with him and lost 2 finals. All I’m saying is that there has to be politeness and respect. – Piero Ausilio said.

Furthermore, the director is of the point of view that there are some deals that don’t happen.He believes that if there’s respect, then there’s no problem.

The director has also made it clear that the famous phone call to Lukaku was decided beforehand. It was nothing special. He told what he thought to the player. There is no regret from both the player’s and the director’s end as both of them are doing fairly well enough at their respective places.

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