Romelu Lukaku has 'anger in him' after his second spell onChelsea failed disastrously I acknowledged that
The Belgian striker returned to his bridge at Stamford last summerfor his £97.5 million transfer fee, a club record but scored 15 goals. and made more headlines off the pitch than on the pitch. Most notably, Lukaku made a vague suggestion in a shocking interview mid-season that he wanted to return to Inter Milan as soon as Chelsea's campaign was underway. I was frustrated and asked my manager Thomas his Tuchel. tactics.
Returning to Inter on loan, the 29-year-old – who had hoped for a fairytale return after going through the Blues academy – opened up about his nightmare in West London and vented his frustrations in another match. Exposed. In candid interviews, he vows to come back to Italy more than ever. "My season at Chelsea has given me the motivation to do better than before," Lukaku affirmed DAZN Italiavia Calcimercato.
"I think over the past year, people have forgotten what I can do on the field. It's a kind of anger inside me. , we didn't win last year.Together we hope to achieve better results and take something home.”
Left San Siro 12 months ago When asked if it was a mistake to do so, theBelgian international explained: I got my revenge at Chelsea because when I was younger, Chelsea were my team for his 11 years. I had the opportunity to go back out there and think I was the main character, but I wasn't.
"When I found out in March that I had the opportunity to come back here, I said nothing, but I did a great job with the club towards the end of the season and I am happy to be back here. I was able to come here.The only thing I can reflect on is the end of the season, so after the last game, I started thinking about my situation alone.
Inter player Well done but the season at Chelsea was difficult for me
Of course, Lukaku is a Chelsea player as his loan deal with the Nerazzurri only lasts until the end of this season. Tuchel also mentioned the possibility of the former West Bromwich Albion,Everton andManchester United striker returning to West London next season.
"Considering the fact that he's on loan, of course it's possible," Bruce's boss told Sky Sports. "I don't know if it's likely, but I can't speculate on that. It's possible."