Romelu Lukaku is removed from Chelsea after his controversial statements

The footballer from Belgium, Romelu lukaku, was permanently deleted from the Chelsea from the coach Thomas tuchel in their duel against Liverpool within the Premier league, after his controversial statements. As reported by the EFE agency.

The above was stated by Lukaku during an interview that was conducted before he scored last Sunday, and again on Wednesday in the Premier League, but was only broadcast later by Sky broadcaster in Italy.

The Belgian forward said he was “not happy with the situation” at the Chelsea and indicated that he did not like the style of play of coach Thomas Tuchel. Fact that generated a reaction within the Blues.

Romelu Lukaku wants to return to Inter

Romelu Lukaku is removed from Chelsea after his controversial statements Romelu Lukaku

Similarly, Lukaku reaffirmed his desire to return to Italian territory and even assured that the return to Stamford Bridge was not in his plans. As expected, the situation reached its peak and Thomas Tuchel, the team’s coach, responded to his manager.

“Physically I am fine. But I am not happy with the situation in Chelsea. Tuchel has chosen to play with another system. I am not happy and it is normal. The only thing I can do is not give up and continue as a professional,” said the scorer

He was even encouraged to remember the Argentine Lautaro Martínez, with whom he could “die on the grass” and whom he hopes to see him again at Inter, and the Italian coach Antonio Conte, who was dismissed, news that “hurt him”.

When did Romelu Lukaku come to Chelsea?

Romelu lukaku

It should be remembered that Romelu Lukaku first joined Chelsea in 2011, but spent two years on loan before being sold to Everton in 2014. He returned to Chelsea last offseason in a

But as we have noticed in AmericanPost.NewsLukaku has had a frustrating first season in London, where he was injured for a month and lost time in December after contracting the coronavirus.

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