Inter Milan new signing Romelu Lukaku is yet to adapt to his new lifestyle at Italy, as evident from a video of his recent interview – in which he admits that he is tired and that the training regime at his new club is “hard”.
Watch the video right here:
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“How’s training going?” the interviewer can be heard asking Lukaku.
To which the former Manchester United star replied: “It’s hard, man!” looking quite fatigued.
“That has changed,” he further added. “It’s different. In England, it’s a lot of work. But over here, it’s real work.”
Lukaku then goes on to describe his first impression of the city. “The city is nice… I don’t mind,” he said, before adding:
“I didn’t come here to live… I came here to help the team achieve something.”
Romelu Lukaku began his career as an exciting youth prospect with Belgian club RSC Anderlecht, before joining Chelsea in 2011.
A year later, a joined West Bromwich Albion on loan and later, in 2013, he left for Everton where he became a big star.
The Toffees finally gave him up to Manchester United in the summer of 2017, for a fee of €85million.
However, he failed to impress the Red Devils despite playing at the Old Trafford for two straight seasons.
He was finally offloaded to Inter Milan on 8th August, with the Serie A giants offering €65million for the Belgian striker.
It has also been understood that Lukaku will don the number 9 shirt at the San Siro next season.