The Belgian forward of Manchester United still has no brand to sponsor him, so he is losing a lot of money. He has worn three brands in a month.
Manchester United striker Romelu Lukaku is also one of the stars of Belgium for this World Cup. He is one of the best paid attackers in the world. However, it is striking that he has not signed with any sponsor that pays him for wearing his boots.
The Sun estimates that it could be failing to earn more than 1.15 million a year for not closing an agreement with any brand. Previously he was wearing Nike, but since he finished his contract he has been buying his own boots, alternating up to three brands during the World Cup preparation games he has played with Roberto Martinez’s.
In the friendly against Egypt he wore some Nike, but in the next, against Portugal, he wore Adidas boots. As if that were not enough, in the last game of preparation against Costa Rica (4-1), he could be seen with Puma on his feet.
Lukaku is not in a hurry to find a new sponsor and it’s clear about it: “It’s the player who makes the boots and not the boots that make the player.”