Romelu Lukaku apprises in Serie A that you must get checked every week and questions why Antonio Conte gave “the most inspiring talk” of his career, while he confesses that he perhaps not play in the Premier League again.
The Inter striker out of boredom desired to take a spontaneous Q&A session on Twitter this evening.
In the middle of other things, the Belgian reveals “my first goal! It was the beginning of all this” so far was his best moment in the Nerazzurri jersey.
The secret to his excellent relationship with Inter Teammate Lautaro Martinez was “Dialogue is important.”
“The best part of playing in Milan is playing in a full San Siro. It’s great, I love it. My favorite Inter goal was Genoa, the second… I showed a lil skill.”
The Belgian has pointed to this season when asked for the most inspiring manager talk he has seen in his whole career.
Conte didn’t scream when we were 2-0 down against AC Milan, in fact, he told us what we had to do and where to find space and we did the business
Inter fought back to claim the 4-2 Derby Della Madonnina.
“I don’t think so, but I loved my time at Everton, for real. Both experiences (Chelsea and Manchester United) were good… People can say it was s**t both for me, it was good at one club, gave me an opportunity to come to England and learn from my idols.
“The other came at the right time for me to take a step up and play in the Champions League,” said Lukaku when asked if he’s ever going to play in the Premier League again, maybe for Everton.
“Tactically here you get tested every week… the speed in the Prem is higher.” on this note, Lukaku differentiated between Serie A and the Premier League.