Inter Milan striker Romelu Lukaku, on loan from Chelsea, has revealed that I used to think that I would become a hero in the eyes of the fans. After returning to football in the Premier League last summer.
Romelu Lukaku admits to keeping his ‘anger’ inside, while opening up about his failure at Stamford Bridge and his plans to ‘revenge’. Returning to Inter Milan on a two-season loan this summer After moving to Chelsea for a club record fee of 97.5 million pounds last month.
Last August ended in disaster. The Belgian international has scored just eight goals in the Premier League in the 2021-22 season.
The 29-year-old has had an issue with Thomas Tuchel and has upset some of the club’s fans. When he gave an interview last December By expressing regret for moving back to west London football. And Chelsea are hopeful Inter will sign Lukaku after his loan term ends. The Belgian national team star has spoken about leaving.
from his Chelsea in a new interview, telling DAZN :
“The season at Chelsea gave me a special motivation to do better than ever,” he said. Everyone forgets about things. That I can do on the pitch.” “That’s the kind of anger I have in me. Which now our team has as well after not winning the championship last year. We hope to do better and bring something home together . Because when I was young it was my team for 11 years.”
“I had the opportunity to go back there and think I would be a hero. But it’s not like that.” “In March When I heard there was a chance to come back here. I didn’t say anything But at the end of the season we gradually Worked very well with the club and I was able to come back here.” “I only came to reflect at the end of the season. So after the last game So I figured out what my situation was.”
Lukaku also apologized to fans for attacking Tuchel’s tactics. And hinted that he did not want to leave Inter to return to football with Chelsea FC again. His eight Premier League goals are his lowest league performance in nine full seasons at the club. West Brom, Everton and Manchester United, although his time at Chelsea appears to have ended permanently. But he still has four more years left on his contract with the UFABET team that was signed last summer, which will continue to be seen as an obstacle to his future transfer.