American online dictionary coin Romelu Lukaku’s name into verb

– Romelu Lukaku’s name has become the latest word introduced into the Urban dictionary

– The Belgian star has been a subject of criticism from Man United fans since he joined in 2017

– Urban dictionary says Lukaku means to lose something in your possession

Manchester United striker Romelu Lukaku has been in the news recently over his quest to move away from Old Trafford this summer.

The Belgium international is said to have dropped a hint about joining Inter Milan having lost his starting spot to Marcus Rashford in Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s squad.

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Lukaku joined the Red Devils in the summer of 2017 from Everton, but his reign at the club has not been too palatable for him over the many criticisms he has been subjected to.

United lavished about £75 million to ensure they lure him away from the Goodison Park as he was on Jose Mourinho’s transfer list two years back.

Despite scoring 15 goals in 45 appearances last season, Man United fans seem unhappy with his performances.

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And according to a report by GiveMeSport, Lukaku’s name has made it into the Urban Dictionary, to mean: “To lose something under your control; mishandling due to lack of ability and/or concentration.”

Meanwhile, here is an example of how the name ‘Lukaku’ can be used in a sentence: “I really like this girl, everything is going so well, I pray I don’t Lukaku it.”

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