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In his first season in Italy, the 28-year-old scored 23 league goals and has surpassed the 20-goal mark once again, as he continues to prove his lethal ability.
Lukaku first showcased his talent in the Premier League at Chelsea, West Bromwich Albion, Everton and Manchester United - and has fully embraced the challenge of operating in a new environment at Milan.
And with the Belgians form catching the eye of clubs around Europe, Chelsea are now leading the packs in terms of his previous clubs if he were to make a sensational move back to England.
According to Belgian publication HLN, Chelsea is Lukaku's "club of heart" and have already had a word with his agent, though they have no made a "concrete proposal" as of yet.
:flag_be: Romelu Lukaku scored more league goals this season than:
:flag_black: Harry Kane
:flag_eg: Mo Salah
:flag_fr: Karim Benzema
:flag_uy: Luis Suarez
:flag_it: Ciro Immobile
:flag_sn: Sadio Mane
:eyes: It looks like he could be heading back to the Premier League this summer! pic.twitter.com/JQeeWQTV0x
- Sporting Index (@sportingindex) May 26, 2021
And with the Euros now well on the horizon, it won't just be Chelsea that will be queuing up for Lukaku.
It is expected that an array of clubs from around the world will also be keeping a close eye on how the Belgian does during the tournament - and the betting suggests exactly that, too.
Romelu Lukaku has been linked with a move away from Inter after another impressive campaign in Italy - with Chelsea favourites to bring the Belgian back to Stamford Bridge.
Chelsea signed him in 2011, but he failed to make the grade and spent three seasons on loan at West Brom and then Everton before moving to Goodison Park on a permanent deal.
Could a return to west London be on the cards? Well, the bookies sure seem to think so.
Would Lukaku make the move to City having already played for fierce rivals United, though?
However, the Ligue 1 giants know how to spend their money - and if they spend it right this summer, then the Belgian will almost certainly be a name that will be high on their list.
And with the mega-money that chairman Daniel Levy will demand, what better replacement is there than Lukaku?
Will it happen, though? Probably not.
25/1 bar. Odds are correct at the time of publication and are, as always, subject to change.
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