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Romelu Lukaku

Manchester United star Lee Sharpe has never seen a Striker.

The Belgium international frontman has seen his form scrutinized over recent weeks, with a goalless run having been stretched to eight games.

Lukaku's contribution to the collective cause has been questioned on a regular basis.

Sharpe has echoed that sentiment, with the ex-United winger left less than impressed by what the 25-year-old is delivering at present.

The United States has just finished the 2018 World Cup.

Sharpe told talkSPORT: "I've never seen a center forward with such a bad touch.

"If your center can not hold the ball up, it makes it a very hard game.

"He's saying he's played a lot of football at the World Cup and since he's feeling it.

"I think the best thing would be to give him a rest. Send him off on holiday for a couple of weeks. "

United are unlikely to make a break for their £ 75 million as they need to rediscover their spark on the field and help to rebuild their 2018-19 campaign.

Jose Mourinho's side are currently sat 10th in the Premier League table, are out of the Carabao Cup and have dropped five points across their last two Champions League outings against Valencia and Juventus.

There is no doubt about it, but it does not say much. Old Trafford has refused to play any of the blame for the club's current struggles on the shoulders of his no. 9th

Mourinho told reporters when quizzed about Lukaku's form on the back of a 1-0 European defeat to Juventus: "No criticism at all.

"A complete understanding of the player is a fantastic professional that wants to give everything.

"Not just with the goals is not scoring but in his confidence, in his movement, his touch. He is not linking the game with the team.

"But he is our striker and he is a good striker we believe in. Could I play [Marcus] Rashford there? But then I do not have a winger as in this moment we have a difficult situation.

"Romelu is a hard-working guy and a good professional. One day the goals will arrive and the confidence will be back. "

Bournemouth, Juventus and arch-rivals Manchester City to come home before the next international break.

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