The Belgian returned to the Blues in hopes of having a better game as opposed to the initial one where he struggled to make a mark
Former Ghana striker Yahaya Mohammed believes Romelu Lukaku made a mistake in returning to Chelsea.
The Blues complete the signing of the Belgian from Inter for £ 98 million ($ 136 million), with the striker returning to Stamford Bridge for a second period after two years in Italy.
The 28-year-old, who entered his first fight with the Blues between 2011 and 2014, has signed a five-year deal with the European champions that will keep him in West London until 2026.
However, the forward of Aduana Stars believes that the move of the former Manchester United player is not right.
“I really love him so much that they called me Lukaku in Ghana too,” Mohammed said on his official social media account.
“[It] is a mistake for him to return to where he did [not] make it before. I’m really scared of him. ”
In the first time Lukaku played at Chelsea, he played 10 games, but he did not hit the back of the net. He was loaned to West Bromwich Albion and later to Everton. The latter later made his agreement permanent.
In 2017, Manchester United got his signature, but his inconsistent performances dropped him to Inter Milan where he became an instant hit and scored 47 goals in 72 games.
The Red Devil is optimistic that the second period will be better for him, as the Londoners want to win the Premier League title this season.
“I am happy and blessed to be back at this wonderful club,” Lukaku said in a statement on the club. Official Website. ‘It was a long journey for me: I came here as a child who had to learn a lot, and now I come back with a lot of experience and more mature.
‘The relationship I have with this club means a lot to me, as you know.
‘The way the club is going fits in perfectly with my ambitions at 28 and just after I won Serie A. I think this opportunity comes at the right time, and hopefully we can achieve a lot of success.
‘Since I left Chelsea, it’s been a long journey with many ups and downs, but these experiences have made me strong and the challenge is to try and win the team a few more trophies. I can not wait to start. help the club achieve more success. ”