Former Chelsea and Manchester United striker Romelu Lukaku have come out to once again talk about his rumoured return back to England this summer.
The Belgian international striker has been linked with a move back to Chelsea this summer following the arrival of Thomas Tuchel as he is badly looking for a proven goalscorer which has been their main problem.
Romelu Lukaku has come out to make it clear to everyone about his opinion and what he thinks about the rumor surrounding him as for now concerning a return to England where he struggled with loan spells before being sold.
The big forward also endured a not so good time in England with Manchester United which saw him later deciding to call it time out with the Red Devils as he joined Inter Milan.
According to Romelu Lukaku, he is currently happy with Inter Milan despite the departure of Antonio Conte who left the club after winning them the League title which they haven’t won in a very long time, but the Champions League outing was bad.
With Chelsea reports making headline, Romelu Lukaku has confirmed he won’t be considering making a return back to the club this summer window despite strong interest coming from the London side.
The Blues are currently being linked with a move for Erling Haaland who is being reportedly valued at €150 million by Borussia Dortmund, and the move is also being deemed as impossible to happen as the club are not looking to sell this summer.
Lukaku, Ivan Toney and Harry Kane are also other options which Chelsea are also exploring at same time in case they fail to land Erling Haaland, and also Robert Lewandowski is also another name on the list for Thomas Tuchel.
Inter Milan striker has no desire to move on England this summer as he is happy with where he is currently despite a new manager coming in to replace Antonio Conte who led them to League victory.
Romelu Lukaku has made it clear that he has no intention of returning to Chelsea this summer as Inter Milan have also made it known that their forward is untouchable, according to reports from Gazzetta dello Sport.
The Belgium international striker has seen a second spell at Stamford Bridge speculated on, although, he is ready to snub any interest in favour of remaining at San Siro this summer and focusing on the new season ahead.
They played out a 6-0 win against Crotone which Romelu Lukaku didn’t get to score after coming in the second half of the game which was very entertaining.