Romelu Lukaku says he feels at home at Inter Milan.
The former Man United striker has been out on a one-year loan to Inter Milan after being frozen out by former manager Thomas Tuchel.
The 30-year-old forward has struggled in the Serie A this season scoring only three top-flight goals in 16 games.
He will play a part in the Champions League final against Manchester City before signing off his loan spell in serious style.
Earlier he made it clear that he wants to play for Inter Milan and remains with that same attitude till now.
He seemed to have run out of chances at the West London club and Lukaku himself is not ready to commit his future to Chelsea at the moment.
‘I was good at Chelsea last season. But I knew then that if it didn’t work out at Chelsea, I still had Inter,’ Lukaku told Het Laatste Nieuws.
‘When I signed again, I knew: I belong here. I had that too at Anderlecht. I take this club seriously. I want to do my best. The people here see that. Being encouraged here is the best thing there is.’
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