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Romelu Lukaku signals his intention to leave Manchester United

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Romelu Lukaku pledged to use an unhappy season at Manchester United to come back stronger after two goals in Belgium's 3-0 European qualifying victory over Scotland on Tuesday reminded club coaches what he is capable of.

Belgian fans staged a display of affection for 'Big Rom' before kick-off, unveiling giant banners reading '26 years old, already a legend', prompting coach Roberto Martinez to call it a 'love' that made the side unique in Europe.



Lukaku scored in the 45th and 57th minutes to ensure Belgium remained unbeaten in Group I after four games and said he had been determined to rectify a season in Manchester that saw him lose his place and face transfer talk.



'I've had a difficult season at club level,' he said.

Former Wigan Athletic and Everton manager Martinez praised Lukaku's consistency in front of goal over the past three years, which aided Belgium's third-place finish at last year's World Cup and has continued with three goals in their last two games.

'When he enjoys his football he's a lethal goalscorer.

Lukaku also won an endorsement from Scotland coach Steve Clarke, who coached him as a youngster at West Bromwich Albion.


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