Embattled Chelsea striker Lukaku reveals preferred destination ahead of summer transfer

Chelsea star Romelu Lukaku wants to leave the club in the summer. The Belgian is not happy with his role or performances since coming back to the Premier League last summer.

The 28-year-old wants to move as soon as the transfer window opens. According to Football Italia, his preference is a return to Inter Milan.

Lukaku won the Scudetto with Inter last term, starring for then Inter boss Antonio Conte.

The former Everton and Manchester United man has also been linked to Paris Saint-Germain recently, if they were to hire Conte in the summer.

The source goes on to state that Lukaku would have to significantly reduce his wage if he wants to return to Inter, as they can only pay half of what he currently earns at Chelsea.

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‘Chelsea is my home now’: Alonso on completing 200 appearances for the club

Marcos Alonso recently crossed a milestone, 200 appearances for Chelsea and shared his thoughts on the occasion.

“After a lot of challenges, you grow as a person and a player. It’s the experience that can help you the most. All the good things, all the bad things… it’s what makes you improve and what makes you better.

“I think I’m a much more mature person now with a big career behind me, and hopefully more to come.

“Chelsea is my home now. It has become the club of my life. I will always have those memories, and I will always have Chelsea in my mind.

Speaking about his most memorable moments at the club, he reminisced: “Winning the first Premier League. It was a huge year. It was a change in my career and the start of a great time here at Chelsea.

“I can remember scoring two at Leicester and the Chelsea fans singing my name as it if was yesterday. I have great memories hearing my name in the stands.”

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