Manchester United player Romelu Lukaku has already decided what he will do when he retires from football. Despite Lukaku is now 25 years-old he plans to become the first African coach to become successful.
The Manchester United star told Otro: “To be honest, I want to be the first successful African coach, because in Belgium I’m still an African.
“And I want to open the door to my people.”
He added: “If you do not like my game, that’s good. But I was born here. I grew up in Antwerp, and Liege and Brussels. I am a Belgian. We are all Belgians. That’s what makes this country so cool, is not it? ”
Lukaku will be hoping to return to the United starting line-up when they take on Fulham at Old Trafford on Saturday.
The striker was a substitute for the 2-2 draw with Arsenal in midweek but played a key role in Jesse Lingard’s late equaliser.