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16/07/2017 - 23:43 GMT

Romelu Lukaku Could Be Worth Outlay – Leon Osman

 




Former Everton midfielder Leon Osman believes that Romelu Lukaku could potentially be worth all the money that Manchester United have spent on him as he is a proven goalscorer in the Premier League.

The Red Devils snapped up the 24-year-old on a five-year-deal from Everton for a fee in the region of £75m with another £15m in add-ons.




The money involved means that the Toffees have made a £47m profit on the player whom they signed for £28m from Chelsea back in 2014.

Osman, who played for Everton between 1997 and 2016, first as a youngster and then as a senior player, believes that the deal could be profitable for both sides as Manchester United look at him as a potential replacement for Zlatan Ibrahimovic.

 


The 36-year-old also took time to stress his belief that Lukaku can quickly become a popular figure with his new team-mates at Manchester United. 

"Everton have got a fantastic price – £47m profit on a player that was your record signing couple of years back is a great return", Osman told the BBC.

"Manchester United have identified a player who could fill the void Zlatan Ibrahimovic is going to leave.

"It could work for both clubs.

"He could potentially be worth the money.

"He's certainly been scoring a lot of goals in the Premier League.

"I think he will be a good, popular figure in the dressing room.

"He will fit in quite well with the players he already knows, like Paul Pogba."