Lukaku leaves Inter, his new address is Türkiye

2023-04-17 15:28:20 | Last Update : 2023-04-17 15:34:03

Belgian striker Romelu Lukaku will play for Inter in the new season. It has been learned that there are suitors from Türkiye for the 30-year-old player, whose testimonial is at Chelsea.

Lukaku leaves Inter, his new address is Türkiye
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Romelu Lukaku, who plays in Italy Serie A team Inter, is not expected to be in the squad in the new season. According to the news of La Gazzetta dello Sport, the roads will part with the Belgian player on loan from Chelsea.

Lukaku, who played 24 games this season, scored 7 goals and made 2 assists. Lukaku, who had a successful career in the 2019-2020 and 2020-2021 seasons, when he played for Inter before, came to the fore by scoring 64 goals. Lukaku, who attracted the attention of his former club Chelsea, returned to England for 113 million euros in the 2021-2022 summer transfer window.

The experienced player, who could not make the contribution he wanted here, was loaned to Inter after only 1 season. The Belgian star, who showed a formless image in his second period in Italy, had a hard time finding a chance to play in the first 11 games.


It was claimed that Romelu Lukaku, who is nearing the end of his career, is in talks with Turkish teams. The star player, whose contract with Chelsea continues until 2026, is not expected to continue in England. It is claimed that Lukaku, who was previously mentioned with Galatasaray and Fenerbahçe, attracted attention from Saudi Arabian teams, especially the Super League. It is said that the Belgian star, who wants to experience a different adventure in his career, is cold towards offers from Italy and England.

On the other hand, Galatasaray fans reminded that Didier Drogba, whom Lukaku had seen as an idol before, played in Istanbul and shared that the Belgian player should join their team.

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