Inter Milan striker Romelu Lukaku has revealed that he is currently having the best year of his professional football career and says he wishes this year is a fresh beginning of many more good things to come. The Belgium international striker is now a title champion in Italy after his club Inter Milan were confirmed to have clinched the Italian Serie A title for the first time in a long while.
Lukaku had not really had the best of career journeys and used to be the kid who wasn’t given the time and opportunity to shine at Stamford Bridge when he was a Chelsea player. After finding out he would not be getting the chance he wanted with the Blues, he was sent out on loan to join West Brom where he was a remarkable signing for the Baggies following a season of prolific goalscoring exploits. Continue reading LUKAKU LIVING THE BEST YEAR OF HIS CAREER
Former Inter Milan striker Sergio Gori believes the Nerazzurri have to backup plan, should they fail to pursue the signature of Romelu Lukaku this summer. The Manchester United striker has been earmarked as the top target for the Nerazzurri in the transfer window but they have not found the breakthrough over a transfer agreement with the Red Devils reluctant to reduce on their £80m price tag.
Speaking to Tutto Mercato Web, Gori said that the San Siro giants are going into the new season without much planning, considering they have placed the entire focus on landing Lukaku from the Red Devils. Mauro Icardi has already been deemed surplus to requirements under new boss Antonio Conte and Gori is concerned with the club heading into another campaign with just one senior striker in Lautaro Martinez in the ranks. Continue reading Former Inter Milan striker suggests club don’t have Romelu Lukaku backup plan
Brazilian winger David Neres has said that he has no idea regarding the transfer speculation linking him with a move to Inter Milan. The young attacker had a stunning season with Ajax where he contributed 12 goals and 15 assists, while helping the Amsterdam side celebrate their first domestic double since 2001.
As such, he has been widely touted to pursue a bigger challenge elsewhere with Liverpool, Arsenal and Inter among the high-profile clubs linked. When asked about the potential interest from Nerazzurri, the 22-year-old remained relatively unperturbed and stated that his sole focus remains on the Copa America for the moment, he said: “I do not know anything, really. At the moment I am concentrating only on the Copa America, then I will think about my future.” Continue reading David Neres unaware of the transfer interest from Inter Milan