Football NewsAccording to Romelu Lukaku he has nothing to prove in English football
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Lukaku feels he has nothing to prove in English football after returning to the Premier League in a £ 97.5m transfer to Chelsea from Inter.


Romelu Lukaku is happy to be in Chelsea

Romelu returned to the second step along with the Blues, after failing to break through as a teenager. After prolific tricks with West Brom and Everton, he joined Man Utd for £ 75 million, but was inconsistent for two years at Old Trafford and ended up being sold to Italy for about the same price. Deeply impressed at Inter, helping them win Serie A for the first time in 11 years, the Belgian striker is back at Chelsea – and not feeling his mixed record in England previously means he has to beat doubters.

Speaking at his opening press conference in Chelsea, Romelu Lukaku said he doesn’t need to prove anything to anyone. The only thing that motivates Lukaku is himself. Lukaku is a self-motivator and always has been and that he is a Chelsea player and is happy to be here now.

According to Romelu Lukaku, he experienced success elsewhere as well as a different style of play where he is more technical and tactical. There is not much of everything in the Premier League, and the experience he had a few years ago was great. Lukaku loved every minute of it on and off the pitch, but his experience in Italy made him a more complete player. Now the point is just what Lukaku learned in Italy. Watching the Premier League over the past few years, the players have gotten better, the teams have gotten better, and he’s ready for the challenge.


A little about Romelu Lukaku

Romelu Lukaku was a top-rated youth when he first moved to Chelsea in 2011 from Anderlecht, but only made 10 Premier League appearances for the Blues without scoring goals before being loaned to West Brom and Everton and then finally left in 2014. Back at 28, rated one of the planet’s best strikers, Romelu Lukaku says he has learned a lot from that first period in London and is poised to achieve consistent success for European champions Tuchel’s.