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INTER MILAN, Romelu LUKAKU: "Why should we play in an unsafe environment?"

23.03.2020 10.37 by Claudio Colla  read 239
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Interviewed by B/R Football, Inter Milan and Belgian NT striker Romelu Lukaku (26) stated: "Health and safety come before anything else. And why should we all play, if we can't do it in a safe environment? We'd take the chance to get more players ill. My teammates and I are all on lockdown, right now. Maybe we'll be plug-tested the next time we are gathering. It's scheduled on March 25, since none of us has so far showed any symptoms. Though we must remember there's a lot of positive not showing symptoms indeed".

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