Romelu Lukaku is one of the best young strikers in the Premier League. The 22-years old Belgian is currently playing for Everton, but he admitted that he would love to play under Arsenal bossArsene Wenger. Arsenal is desperately looking for a new, world-class striker who can boost their offense. ‘The Gunners’ are struggling to score many goals, as they netted only five of them in the first six games of the new 2015-16 season.

They doubled their scoring record in the last game against Leicester, when they won 5-2, but many Arsenal’s supporters are sure that Olivier Giroud and Theo Walcott aren’t good enough for their club.

In an interview with a Belgian newspaper, Romelu Lukaku has said that he will be very happy if one day he will have a chance to play under Arsene Wenger before the 65-year-old French coach retires. Former Chelsea's player thinks that the Frenchman will always be known as a great coach, who managed to win many trophies in his Arsenal's days.

What is more, in his opinion Wenger is a better coach than José Mourinho, who was his manager at the Stamford Bridge.

Lukaku admitted that Arsenal is a big club with great board and brilliant manager, who can develop players like nobody in European Soccer. He added that ‘The Gunners’ are well-known all over the world and their fans are unbelievable. But the young Belgian is focused on his current team, Everton as he moved to Merseyside in the 2014 summer transfer window from Chelsea.

Romelu Lukaku also revealed that Wayne Rooney is a player who has everything to become one of the greatest strikers in English soccer history. He added that missing out on the chance to play with Rooney in one team was the biggest regret in his soccer career.

Wayne Rooney is a good footballer. He is good in the air and knows how to beat the defense. We have often played against each other and nearly played together in one team during Duncan Ferguson’s Testimonial.

Unfortunately I injured myself and had to pull out. I will always regret it it!” – Romelu Lukaku said.

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