Lukaku returns to Inter on loan after record-breaking transfer to Chelsea

Romelu Lukaku returned to Inter Milan on Wednesday on a season-long loan from Chelsea, less than a year after becoming the Premier League club’s record signing.

Lukaku joined the blues for the second time in his career last August for A is reported at 97.5 million pounds ($118.3 million), on a five-year contract.

But the 29-year-old has failed to land a regular place in manager Thomas Tuchel’s squad and he is returning to Inter in a bid to revive his career.

“I’m at the top of Inter HQ and look who ‘I’ve got it here,'” Inter chairman Stephen Chang said in a post on Twitter browsing behind closed doors to show me Lukaku.

“I’m back,” Lukaku said. “I am very happy… Forza Inter! »

Lukaku. was a Transformation player at Milan after leaving Manchester United in August 2019 has changed. He lost weight and regained his strength, scoring 64 goals in 95 games in all competitions over two years.

24 lah league goals that helped Inter win their first Italian league title in 11 years in 2020-21, a guarantee of becoming a huge fan favourite.

Lukaku was seen as the missing piece in Tuchel’s Chelsea set-up, with then European champions seemingly missing from my photos in front of me. but he made just 16 Premier League starts last season and scored eight goals.

He did little to endear himself to Chelsea fans in December when he told Sky Italia he was unhappy with the Imagine system. He also admits that he will like to return to Italy during his professional life.

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