Romelu Lukaku says he enjoys watching Juventus and would be interested in joining the club at some point in the future.
The Manchester United striker is in his second season with Manchester United and has been in English football with Chelsea, Everton and now United since leaving Anderlecht in 2011.
With United having had a troubled start to the new campaign and question marks hanging over the future of manager Jose Mourinho and Paul Pogba, Lukaku has now hinted that he would be open to the possibility of a move away from Old Trafford.
Questioned by La Gazzetta dello Sport about a move to Italy, Lukaku said: "Why not, I hope so."
Speaking about Juventus in particular, he was full of praise for the club, adding: "Juve have a great project in place and they just keep going. Every year they try to get stronger.
"Without doubt, Juve are one of the two-three best teams in Europe. They've got a great coach on the bench and extraordinary players in every area of the team.
"Cristiano Ronaldo stands out, but watch out for the others too. Paulo Dybala is already impressive and getting stronger, while I love Douglas Costa. He's an exceptional signing and his career shows he always makes the difference."
Lukaku is currently away on international duty with Belgium, scoring twice in their recent win over Switzerland in the Nations League.
He is also in line to face the Netherlands in a friendly in midweek before a return to United who face Juventus in the Champions League group stages in just over a weeks' time.
Before that they face a crucial Premier League game away at Chelsea next Saturday. They are 4/1 to win away at Stamford Bridge with Chelsea 4/6 and the draw 11/4.
United are 9/4 to finish in the top four in the Premier League.
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