A former Inter and Chelsea player agrees with Lukaku on his return to Serie A: “I understand Lukaku, I did the same”

Hernán Crespo, an Argentine player who played for Inter and Chelsea, spoke about the return of Romelu Lukaku to Italy in Serie A with Inter and confessed that he understands the reason for the decision to want to return to calcium.

“Lukaku has decided to come back and I understand him. At Inter he felt like a king and at Chelsea, no. It’s a matter of affection and when the heart is involved, things almost always go well,” Crespo said.

Crespo was with Chelsea in 73 games and scored 25 goals with 4 assists. During his time with Inter, he was transferred to England where he only spent a year to return to Italy.

“I had just bought a house in Milan and suddenly they called me to tell me that they had sold me to Chelsea. I had arrived the previous year for 36 million and they sold me for 26. It is an operation that I never understood. I remember that Vieri was very angry, but there was nothing to do. Cúper had decided that way.”

With Inter Milan he played 116 games and won three scudettos. In addition, he scored 45 goals and 8 assists.

“I had won the Premier and I also won the ‘Scudetto’. I won three, actually. That is what I wish for Lukaku”, concluded the now coach.

Inter Milan made official this Wednesday, through a video on their social networks, the return of Belgian Romelu Lukaku to Inter after a season without prominence at Chelsea.

“I am back and I am very happy. It looks like deja vu, do you remember 3 years ago, in the same place?said the 29-year-old striker on the roof of the Inter offices, together with the club’s president, Steven Zhang.

Lukaku landed this Wednesday morning in Milan and underwent a medical examination before signing his transfer, on loan, for one season. A transaction that, according to local media, will be around 10 million euros and in which Inter will not have the right to purchase after one season.

The Belgian international, key in the 2021 ‘Scudetto’, did not end well with the Inter ‘tifosi’, who felt betrayed with his departure to the London team -for 120 million euros- when the player himself assured that he would continue to be a ‘nerazzurri’.

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