At times over the past two and a half years it felt as if Manchester United had made a mistake by selling Romelu Lukaku.
The Belgian international was excellent during his two years with Inter Milan, scoring 64 goals in 95 games.
His striking Serie A form convinced Chelsea to bring Lukaku back to Stamford Bridge, seven years after he left the Blues for Everton in search of regular first-team football.
Chelsea spent £ 97.5 million on the 28-year-old, who seemed delighted to be back at the club he supported as a youngster.
Lukaku started running during his second spell on Chelsea, scoring three goals in his first four Premier League appearances.
He recently added two more league goals to his account, but his season has been hampered by injuries.
Lukaku also made it clear during a recent controversial interview with Sky Sport Italia that he is far from happy with life under Thomas Tuchel at Stamford Bridge as things stand. He also expressed his desire to return to Inter while he is still in his prime.
Tuchel, who left his great striker out of the Chelsea squad for Sunday’s 2-2 draw against Liverpool, met with Lukaku on Monday.
When Lukaku leaked training data from Man Utd
Following the recent drama surrounding Lukaku, Man Utd You may feel that selling the center forward was the right decision after all.
Those at Old Trafford will remember when Lukaku leaked data from Man Utd’s training in an attempt to end negative comments about his speed.
Lukaku uploaded a video showing the top speed of each United player after a drill in training.
Check it out here:
As you can see, Lukaku posted the second highest top speed of the session, ahead of Marcus Rashford and Daniel James, who joined Leeds United last summer.
Diogo Dalot finished first with a speed of 36.43 km / h, with Lukaku just behind at 36.25 km / h.
Tahith Chong, Rashford and James also made the top five.
Luke Shaw was the slowest player on the list, posting a slower speed than Nemanja Matic, Juan Mata and Scott McTominay with a top speed of 31.03 km / h.
However, Shaw responded to Lukaku via Twitter saying that he was only asked to go 70 percent.
A week later, Lukaku was sold to Inter in a deal worth £ 73 million.
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