Lukaku Vows Never To Forgive Former Chelsea Boss Villas-Boas

Lukaku Vows Never To Forgive Former Chelsea Boss Villas-Boas

Lukaku Vows Never To Forgive Former Chelsea Boss Villas-Boas

Eyraud could have fired Villas-Boas at the same time, with the Portuguese manager having told RMC the week before that his future was linked to the Spaniard's.

"Villas-Boas took a lot away from me and I will never forgive him for that", the Belgian national team striker remarked in an interview with Belgian news outlet Het Laatste Nieuws.

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However, the latest report claims that Newcastle have seen an offer for Villas-Boas rejected, with the ex-Zenit and Shanghai Shenhua boss even stating of late that he would never return to the Premier League - as the style does not suit him.

"He thought everyone should come along, including the ones who were suspended and the few boys who were not in the Champions League squad".

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He added: "This win is one of the things I've always dreamed about". That is nice in itself at the age of nineteen.

"Di Matteo told me that I would stay with the group until after the final. Really, I never forgave the previous manager". I didn't touch it with a finger because I didn't win this trophy myself.

Lukaku enjoyed a two-year stint at United under Jose Mourinho, before linking up with Antonio Conte at Inter last summer.

The former Chelsea and Tottenham manager has also been swayed by the level of support he has received from fans of the club. He knew that finances would be tight, but was happy knowing that he would be continuing to work with the Spaniard and with a squad that he has strong affection for, in the Champions' League.

The Red Devils academy graduate has since been a regular albeit as a backup forward, finding the back of the net 15 times in the now suspended campaign.

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