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Romelu Lukaku might return to Inter Milan

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Romelu Lukaku has already told his former teammates in Milan that he will be making a return to Italy after an off-color season at Chelsea according to renowned Italian journalist Marco Barzaghi.

Lukaku prefers to leave Chelsea

Lukaku who once donned the blue jersey made a return to Stamford Bridge in 2021 for a whopping price of £97.5m. Inter Milan sold him to the London club and things went south for the Belgian.

The former Serie A star now wants a return ticket to San Siro, however, it should be in Chelsea’s best interests to approve the forward’s Italy homecoming.

Scoring an amazing goal on his second debut for Chelsea, fans had immense hopes. They thought he would have been the perfect replacement for Olivier Giroud who left for AC Milan. But he went on to register only 15 goals in 44 appearances for the club. The worst part is, that he wasn’t even in the playing XI for many games.

The controversial interview of Lukaku in December

In December, the Belgian enraged Chelsea by giving an unofficial interview to Sky in Italy. The player was unprofessional to criticize head coach Thomas Tuchel‘s methods and voiced a desire to return to Inter.

“I really hope with all my heart to be able to return to Inter one day and not at the end of my career. I would like to return when I am still at high levels to try to win even more with the Nerazzurri shirt.”

Lukaku stated according to Sky Sports, Italy.

Being a boyhood fan of Chelsea, he, later on, went to apologize to the fans. His outrage and disrespect to the club weren’t necessary. But nothing changed regarding his performance with the ball on the field. And this only leads to more hatred from the seats of Stamford Bridge.

Should Inter Milan sign Romelu Lukaku?

The question itself is self-explanatory seeing how the 29-year-old carried the Nerazzurri to their nineteenth Serie A title last year.

This is in fact a piece of great news for Inter’s aspirations of getting Lukaku back to the club. Subsequently, Milan has to sell players to make up the big short this summer.

A loan deal will give them another year to store up finances to buy the striker permanently while reaping the rewards of his abilities next season.

In conclusion, seeing Romelu Lukaku’s presentation at the San Siro holding the black and blue jersey would mean serious goal-scoring business and titles.

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