Romelu Lukaku has become one of the most impressive finishers in world football in recent seasons, thanks to his clinical eye for goal for club and country.
After shooting to stardom in the Premier League with Merseyside outfit Everton, we snapped him up this past summer for an initial £75 million.
Lukaku is only in the early stages of his Manchester United career but he already looks highly promising and could well be the difference in securing the Premier League title this season.
Such a win would end a long wait for a title triumph by our standards in the top tier, having last prevailed outright back in 2013 when legendary manager Sir Alex Ferguson was still in charge.
Since the famous Scot’s surprise retirement, many managers have tried and failed to bring the Red Devils back to the pinnacle of the Premier League. Mostly David Moyes and Louis van Gaal.
We’re now looking good to go on to win the title under the watchful eye of the self-proclaimed ‘Special One’, Jose Mourinho.
The Portuguese tactician has bred a new sense of confidence and passion into his current crop of players and they could well go on to secure title triumph this term.
Romelu Lukaku will undoubtedly be key to such success, though, with the hitman enjoying an incredible run of form and fortune since arriving on the scene. He scored the only goal in this weekend’s 1-0 victory at Southampton to keep us joint top of the league.
The Belgian international looks more than capable of firing us to victory domestically, while a Golden Boot could also be up for grabs if he continues to find the back of the net as easy as he has been doing so far this current campaign.
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Alongside Lukaku in the running for the Premier League top scorer award is Tottenham sharpshooter Harry Kane, bitter rival Manchester City’s Argentine ace Sergio Aguero, and Liverpool forward Sadio Mane this season.
However, it’s the Belgian bulldozer who looks the most likely to claim the end of season personal prize, having been superb since donning the red of United and leaving the blue of Merseyside behind him this past summer. He is a regular starter in the Premier League, whilst Aguero has Gabriel Jesus to compete with and Sadio Mane won’t be frequent goalscorer from out side. Wembley seems to be an issue for Harry Kane and Spurs.
With that in mind, Mourinho will be confident of going all the way this term with his Red Devils, after a successful summer of spending in the transfer market.
Providing star striker Romelu Lukaku can avoid any injury setbacks, we look more than capable of reigning supreme.