Romelu Lukaku designs Belgium 'Red Devil' mascot
Last Updated: 30/08/17 12:15pm
Manchester United striker Romelu Lukaku is proving his 'Red Devil' allegiances even on international duty - designing Belgium's mascot.
Ahead of World Cup Qualifiers against Gibraltar and Greece this week, live on Sky Sports, Belgium - who share the same nickname as Manchester United - have launched a competition to design their new national team mascot.
Lukaku has already demonstrated his touch in front of goal since making his £90m switch to Old Trafford, with four goals in four games, but the 24-year-old may need to work on his artistic skills after his questionable effort.
Tottenham defenders and international team-mates Jan Vertonghen and Toby Alderweireld showed no loyalties when judging the United forward's sketch, with Vertonghen even asking: "Who's that?"
Belgium host Gibraltar on Thursday before travelling to Athens to face Greece, and while the likes of Jose Mourinho and Mauricio Pochettino might be concerned with their players returning without injury, there looks to be no danger of any of their Belgium players taking on a new artistic career.
Watch the video above to see Lukaku's 'Red Devil' mascot design.