Romelu Lukaku a ‘different player’ to the one that left Manchester United in 2019, according to manager Antonio Conte. A season has made Romelu an entirely different player to the one that left Manchester United in 2019.
Romelu Lukaku, The striker scored 15 goals in his final season at Old Trafford but considered surplus to requirements as United could only finish the sixth position in the Premier League.
On deadline day, Romelu Lukaku was subsequently sold to Inter for 73 million, and ever since he hasn’t looked back.
However, In 57 games, The player has scored 41 goals ever since he arrived at the San Siro including 34 in his first campaign.
The striker broke a Europa League record by becoming the first player to score in nine successive games.
Romelu Lukaku Is Good At What He Does
There is no doubt that the football player is good at what does. The Belgium international had netted 113 Premier League goals in total.
The 27-year-old joined the Italian giants in the summer of 2019, after a somewhat underwhelming two-year spell at Manchester United.
Romelu Lukaku has proved the doubter wrong in superb style in Italy, after scoring 41 goals in 57 games.
He has done so well ever since he arrived at the San Siro as well as continued to do best for his country.
Nevertheless, In 87 appearances since making his debut in 2010, he has scored remarkable 55 gaols.
A record that has seen him move way ahead as Belgium’s highest ever goalscorer.
For club or country, the former Anderlecht man seems simply unstoppable at present and scored his side’s opener in the 2-0 victory over Geona on Saturday.
This revealed that the player is a different player to the one who first arrived at the Nerazzurri.
Conte praised the 27-year-old’s development in the last 12 months and said every part of his game has truly improved.