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Romelu Lukaku

Belgium's all-time top goal scorer is, quite simply, absolutely prolific in front of goal. He finds a way to score no matter the scenario-a sleight chip over an on-rushing goalkeeper, a deft touch and turn, a header, a strike from distance.This is a player who had already been top scorer in the Belgian Jupiler League before he even turned 18! We offer all Lukaku jersey here, including Inter Milan Lukaku jersey, Chelsea Lukaku jersey and Lukaku Belgium jersey.

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Romelu Lukaku is a Belgian footballer who plays for the Belgian national team along with the ‘Premier League’ team ‘Manchester United.’ Born and raised in Antwerp, Belgium, Romelu started playing football at a young age and joined his first club, ‘Rupel Boom,’ at the age of 5. Eventually, he was discovered by a bigger club, ‘Lierse’ and was inducted into their youth program. He scored 121 goals in the 68 matches that he played for ‘Lierse’, which got him a contract with ‘Anderlecht.’ Soon, he emerged as the lead scorer in the ‘Belgian Championship.’ Following this, he joined ‘Chelsea’ in 2011. In 2012, he was loaned to ‘West Bromwich Albion.’ In 2014, he signed a three-year contract with ‘Everton.’ After a lot of speculations, he signed a five-year contract with ‘Manchester United,’ in 2017. Romelu has played for the Belgian ‘Under-21’ team and the Belgian senior team. Romelu happens to be a very aggressive player on the field and is known to use his body to get around the defenders.

 


Premier League Journeys


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Lukaku joined Chelsea from Anderlecht in August 2011. The Blues were his boyhood club and he played alongside his hero Didier Drogba.

 

In 2012/13, Lukaku was sent on loan to West Bromwich Albion. He enjoyed a breakthrough season with the Baggies as he scored 17 goals in 35 Premier League appearances, including a hat-trick against Manchester United in Sir Alex Ferguson's final game in charge of the Red Devils - which ended in a 5-5 draw.

 

Lukaku was handed a chance by the newly reappointed Chelsea manager Mourinho at the start of the 2013/14 season, but the young striker failed to convert a crucial penalty for the Blues in their penalty shootout defeat to Bayern Munich in the UEFA Super Cup. Lukaku was subsequently sent out on loan to Everton.

 

The loan spell with the Toffees was another success as Lukaku scored 15 goals in 31 Premier League matches.

 

He joined Everton permanently for a club record £28million in 2014, as Chelsea signed Diego Costa ahead of the new season rather than recall Lukaku.

 

He was a success at Goodison Park, scoring a total of 87 goals in 166 games and he was also named in the 2016/17 PFA Team of the Year.

 


Moving to Inter Milan


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Lukaku joined Inter Milan in August 2019 for €80million, breaking the club's transfer record. Lukaku struck up a solid partnership with Lautaro Martinez during the 2019/20 season as Inter challenged for the Serie A title.

 

Ultimately, Antonio Conte's Inter were unable to topple Juventus, finishing second. Inter also lost the UEFA Europa League final 3-2 to Sevilla. Lukaku had an impact at both ends of the pitch scoring a penalty but also suffering the misfortune of netting an own goal which sealed victory for Sevilla.

 

Lukaku ended the season with 34 goals in 51 games in all competitions.

 

Lukaku's fine performances in Serie A continued, and in January 2021 he broke an Inter Milan goalscoring record previously set by Brazilian legend Ronaldo. In a 6-2 win over Crotone, he scored his 50th goal for the club in just 70 matches, getting there in seven fewer games than Ronaldo achieved.

 

He finished the 2020/21 season with 24 league goals and 11 assists as Inter Milan won the Scudetto.

 

Moving Back to Chelsea

On August 12, 2021, Chelsea re-signed Lukaku from Inter Milan for a  five-year deal.

 

Upon returning to Chelsea, the Belgian international said: "I came here as a kid who had a lot to learn, now I'm coming back with a lot of experience and more mature.

 

"I have supported Chelsea as a kid and now to be back and try to help them win more titles is an amazing feeling."

 


International Journeys


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Lukaku broke into the Belgian national team during their golden era, playing alongside the likes of Eden Hazard, Kevin De Bruyne, Vincent Kompany and Thibaut Courtois, in a team which has consistently led the FIFA World Rankings.

 

Since making his senior debut in 2010, Lukaku has collected 89 caps and scored 57 goals.

 

He represented Belgium in the 2014 World Cup, where they reached the quarter-finals, and 2018 tournament in Russia, where they finished third.

 

At the 2018 World Cup, Lukaku was joint-second on the top scorers' chart, finishing with four goals - two behind Golden Boot winner Harry Kane.

 

Belgium were eliminated from the 2018/19 UEFA Nations League finishing behind Switzerland in Group A2. However, in the next edition of the tournament, they qualified for the finals largely thanks to Lukaku's good form.

 

Lukaku has scored an impressive nine goals in seven Nations League matches since the competition's inception.

 

He was once again a key part of the Belgium team for Euro 2020, and he scored four goals in four games before being named in the official UEFA team of the tournament.

 

 

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