Sport Romelu Lukaku describes Chelsea stint as 'failure' amid return links
Spurs 'ABANDON pursuit of Antonio Conte'
Tottenham have reportedly abandoned their pursuit of Antonio Conte with the Italian holding reservations over taking the north London vacancy as a result of concerns about the club's ambitions.Sportsmail reported on Friday that Spurs were facing an anxious wait to discover whether Antonio Conte wants to become their new manager.
Romeu Lukaku has downplayed any move tothis summer and insisted he is happy at Inter Milan.
The 28-year-old shone for Inter last season as helped lead them to a firsttitle in over a decade, scoring 24 league goals and 30 in all competitions.
His impressive form has led to reports of a potential move away fromthis summer, including a return to Stamford Bridge, however when Lukaku was asked to choose between his current employers and the Blues, he was definitive in his answer.
'Inter. Inter. I have won a title with Inter,' Lukaku told.
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'That was a childhood dream too. At one team I had success, at the other one it was a failure.'
Lukaku spent three years as Chelsea player between 2011 and 2014 but spent two of those out loan, first at West Brom and then a year later at Everton where he eventually moved permanently.
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While the Blues won the Champions League in his first season at the club, the Belgian star was frustrated with his lack of involvement as he failed to make an impact with the first-team.
Andre Villas-Boas was replaced by Di Matteo as Chelsea boss towards the end of that season, and in an interview earlier this season Lukaku revealed his anger at how he was treated by the Portuguese man.
Lukaku's heartfelt Eriksen tribute after Euro goal
Romelu Lukaku had his club teammate Christian Eriksen on his mind after scoring his first goal against Russia.Instead, the striker wanted to send a heartfelt message to a close friend who was in the hospital.
'Di Matteo told me that I would stay with the group until after the final,' Lukaku told Het Laatste Nieuws, as reported by.
'He thought everyone should come along, including the ones who were suspended and the few boys who were not in the Champions League squad.
'I am also grateful to him for that. This win is one of the things I've always dreamed about.
'You want to celebrate something like that with the team at that time. That is nice in itself at the age of nineteen.
'I am happy for the whole club, but there is one man who took a lot from me: the previous trainer (Villas-Boas). I will never forgive him for that.'
Lukaku continues to be linked with a move this summer, though the apparent availability of fellow forwards Harry Kane and Erling Haaland has complicated the picture somewhat.
Speaking earlier this month, the forward was adamant he is staying at Inter, and revealed he has already held positive talks with new boss Simone Inzaghi ahead of next season.
Chelsea star Antonio Rudiger announces the birth of his second child .
The football star, 28, shared the news with his fans on Instagram on Thursday as he revealed he'd named the newborn Aaliyah Trophy Rüdiger.The football star, 28, shared the news with his fans on Instagram on Thursday as he revealed he'd named the newborn Aaliyah Trophy Rüdiger.