Manchester United striker Romelu Lukaku has revealed that he is planning to retire from international duty with Belgium in 2020.
Despite being just 25 years of age, the Red Devils star is already preparing to call time on a career with his country.
As things stands, he intends to grace Euro 2020 and then walk away.
That means he will play no part for the Belgium in their 2022 World Cup campaign, when football’s showpiece event heads to Qatar.
Lukaku told Business Insider: “After the Euros, I think I’ll stop.”
A man who currently has 75 caps and 40 international goals to his name has already graced two World Cup finals.
He has helped Belgium to become serious challengers for the grandest of prizes, with Roberto Martinez’s side reaching the last four and finishing third at Russia 2018.