Former Manchester United forward Romelu Lukaku has revealed that training at Inter Milan is much more intense than at his former club.
Lukaku completed his transfer deadline day move from United to Inter Milan for £73.7million after being unhappy with the treatment he got from Ole Gunnar Solskjaer. The Belgian hit the ground running as he bagged four goals on his debut for the Nerazzurri in an 8-0 friendly thrashing over fourth division side Virtus Bergamo.
In an interview with Otro, Lukaku revealed that training in Italy is 'real work' compared to his days in England, "It's hard man. It's different. In England, it's a lot of work. But over here it's real work. The city is nice, I don't mind. I didn't come here to live. I came here to help the team to achieve something."
The Belgian spent two years at United, scoring 42 goals in 96 appearances.