Manchester United striker Romelu Lukaku is having strained relationships with teammates Paul Pogba and Zlatan Ibrahimovic – as per reports.

The summer signing has not been going through a particularly happy time at the club as many people are pointing fingers at him and his capabilities to play for a club like Manchester United. Lukaku has refused to celebrate his last two goals that he scored for the Old Trafford outfit and most people feel that this muted nature is down to all the criticism that he was receiving. But now according to the Metro, his non-celebrations could have a totally different reason.

As per the report, Lukaku is not happy with fellow striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic especially after he was pushed into the wide areas when the Swede made his return back from a long injury lay-off against Newcastle United a couple of weeks back. The wings are not Lukaku’s favourite position and he is not happy with the fact that both Mourinho and the United coaching staff did not have a word with Ibrahimovic about this after the game.

The report states that this is one of the main reasons why the former Everton man has refused to celebrate his goals. Lukaku is also not happy with his manager Mino Raiola and fellow teammate Paul Pogba as he feels that both of them are ‘gravitating’ towards the Swede.

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