December 9, 2022

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Lukaku agrees to return to Inter Milan

Lukaku agrees to return to Inter Milan

Belgian international striker Romelu Lukaku has been linked with a move to former club Inter Milan on a one-year deal after a disappointing deal with Chelsea.

Inter are said to have negotiated a 8 8 million ($ 8.4 million) deal with Lukaku, who agreed to a pay cut in order to leave Stamford Bridge.

The Belgian returned to Chelsea on a record deal worth 97 97.5 million (5 115 million) for the London club last summer, insisting that the deal was an emotional return to his home after playing for the London club between 2011 and 2014.

But after scoring four goals in his first four matches, the 29-year-old was on a long fast to score.

Lukaku finished the season as Chelsea’s top scorer with 15 goals in various competitions, but the former Manchester United and Everton player have scored just eight goals in the league.

He has scored only three times in his last 15 league games. He appeared in a controversial interview with Italian television last December, where Chelsea coach Thomas Duchess admitted he was not happy with the way he was used, and said he was already considering leaving and regretted leaving Inter.

Duchess punished top scorer Luca, who was one of Inter’s most important weapons in the 2021 season and contributed to the crowning of the Italian league title, and suspended him from the starting line-up for a short time until he apologized for his statements. The club and its fans in January.

Chelsea finished third in their league season and won the Club World Cup, but lost to Liverpool in the Federation Cup and the final of the local league, and lost to defending champions Real Madrid in the European Champions League. Cup with long ears.

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