MANCHESTER, UK – Romelu Lukaku has said he is prepared to assist Ole Gunnar Solskjaer through Manchester United’s injury crisis.
United lost Ander Herrera, Juan Mata and Jesse Lingard to a hamstring injury during the 1st half of the goalless home draw with Liverpool on Sunday.
Marcus Rashford suffered an ankle injury after a substantial test from Jordan Henderson, while Anthony Martial and Nemanja Matic are sidelined with crotch issues.
It implies Solskjaer is set to take a tattered squad to Crystal Palace on Wednesday, however, the guardian chief’s cerebral pain allows striker Lukaku to assert some authority for a regular spot.
“For whatever length of time that the supervisor needs to utilize me, I will do my best to enable the group to out,” the Belgium universal said.
“We have various injuries. We need to remain positive. We are Manchester United, and you need to go wherever we go and win.
“Roy Hodgson will set up his Palace group truly well. We realize that. We will get ready and we have to recuperate appropriately in light of the fact that it [Liverpool] was a physical game.
“Strategically and with our preparations, we will be prepared to go once more.”
Solskjaer said after the draw with Liverpool that United had played with “10-and-a-half” men after Rashford’s initial damage implied the 21-year-old needed to limp through the hour and a half.
To redress, Solskjaer asked Lukaku to play on the directly in the second half, and the middle forward said he would be glad to assume in a new job at Selhurst Park if fundamental.
“Left or right or in advance, it doesn’t make a difference to me,” he said. “Playing for this club is respect and I simply endeavor to put forth a valiant effort, whichever position I play in.
“In the event that it is on the right, at that point I will endeavor to make possibilities, which I did against Liverpool, and in the event that it is direct, at that point I will attempt to score objectives. Toward the day’s end, I simply help out my partners out and attempt win matches.”
The Old Trafford stalemate kept Liverpool from going three clear at the highest point of the Premier League, however previous Everton player Lukaku said that had not been his principle inspiration.
“Me and Liverpool, not so much, yet by the day’s end we needed to win for ourselves and the identification,” he said.
“We have our business to be in the main four and we need to stay positive. We don’t surrender.”