- Lukaku was reported by neighbours in Los Angeles, US, for disturbances
- NAIJ.com understands that police officers arrived at Lukaku’s rented home six times after a neighbour complained of ‘massive’ early morning parties
- The Manchester United-bound player will now appear in court on October 2
Manchester United-bound Romelu Lukaku will appear in a US court on October 2, 2017, following his arrest for alleged misdemeanour citation after police responded to five other noise complaints at same area.
NAIJ.com understands that the 24-year-old Belgium striker will appear in court on October 2.
According to Sun (UK), police officers arrived at Lukaku’s rented home in Los Angeles six times after neighbours complained of ‘massive’ early morning parties.
The officers reported at his home for an “out of control rager” and issued a misdemeanour citation to the football star, an incident which happened on July 2.
Reports say that local authorities received “multiple complaints” about noise from the bash.
Meanwhile, Manchester United have officially released a statement that they have agreed terms of £75million demanded by Everton for the striker.
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Using their official Twitter handle, the Red Devils stated that the deal is almost completed and that the player is expected to complete his medicals.
Manchester United look to have pipped Chelsea to landing the striker who the Blues wanted to use as replacement for embattled Diego Costa.
NAIJ.com understands that the 24-year-old Lukaku is also in desperate move to joining his former boss Jose Mourinho at the Old Trafford.
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