The Nigeria worldwide has urged the 28-year-old to proceed his growth at San Siro regardless of experiences linking him to the Blues
Former Monaco ahead Victor Ikpeba has urged Romelu Lukaku to not depart Inter Milan in the summertime and return to Premier League facet Chelsea.
The Belgian attacker has been closely linked with a possible return to the Blues following his spectacular performances within the 2020-21 season.
The ahead bagged 35 targets and supplied 11 assists in 49 appearances throughout all competitions to assist the Black and Blues win the Serie A title after a 10-year wait.
Lukaku performed for Chelsea for 3 years after becoming a member of the facet from Belgian membership Anderlecht in 2011 and after supervisor Antonio Conte left the membership, it’s believed the ahead could possibly be involved in leaving Inter.
Ikpeba has urged Lukaku to stay with the Serie A champions, as leaving Inter might pose a problem to the attacker.
“I’ve my reservations, Lukaku has accomplished effectively with Inter Milan, why not stick to Inter Milan, he’s getting used to Italian soccer,” Ikpeba stated on SuperSport Monday Evening Soccer.
“Coming again to Chelsea everyone knows how strikers do labour to attain targets in Chelsea, particularly the way they play.
“If he doesn’t get the ball typically, the crosses, I’m apprehensive about Lukaku returning if he comes again to Chelsea.
“Is he coming due to cash? Typically now we have to take a look at these areas.
“He has been excellent since he left Manchester United to Inter Milan, they simply received the Serie A which is nice for him and he simply misplaced his supervisor, Conte who has left the membership.
“There’s lots of hypothesis but when he actually needs to do what gamers wish to do, go on the market and achieve success with one other membership, why not? But it surely’s going to be a large problem for Lukaku.”
Ikpeba featured for a lot of prime European golf equipment, together with Monaco and Borussia Dortmund, amongst others, earlier than his retirement.
He had 31 caps for the Nigeria nationwide staff and was a part of the Tremendous Eagles staff that received the 1994 Africa Cup of Nations.