45 goals in 79 for Belgium 187 in 413 for club goals, of which 42 (plus 13 assists) in 96 in 2 years at United and 51 in 85 in his last two years at Everton (87 plus 29 assists in 166 for Everton total). He has only recently turned 26, so still relatively young. He clearly has some finishing ability and can hold up and assist. We all know his build up play is weak and his first touch terrible. However, we as a team have also been poor and not providing Lukaku with quality assists. We have no natural wingers and our wing backs have also been piss poor. Our midfield have mostly been average at through balls, Pogba being incredible when he wants to be and useless at other times. It's easy to put the blame on Lukaku because of his very infuriating weaknesses, but should we be investing to overcome them. Is there a risk that we waste money trying to replace him when the real problems are elsewhere? Sorry if this is better placed in a Lukaku thread, but with so much outgoing momentum and joy at him potentially leaving, I just thought maybe we should pause to ask the question. We might gain a player with a better first touch, but will we lose some of the finishing ability. His poor top 6 record clearly is a concern either way. I for one would be reasonable happy to see him go, as I think we would need to change too much to make him work, but I am a little concerned that we are missing a trick on this one.