Romelu Lukaku rules out Premier League return, tipped to replace Robert Lewandowski

Inter Milan striker Romelu Lukaku rules out Premier League return anytime soon. The Belgian could replace Robert Lewandowski in Bayern Munich in future.

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Inter Milan striker Romelu Lukaku has been linked with a move away from the club this summer.

The 28-year-old Belgian has been in outstanding form for the Italian club this past season, and he helped them win the league title after 11 years.

The player has been linked with a return to Chelsea this summer, and Manchester City have been linked up as a potential destination as well.

However, the player has now ruled out a move to the Premier League.

When quizzed about a potential return to England, Lukaku claimed that he does not think a transfer would materialize.

The player is now being linked with a move to Bayern Munich as a potential long term replacement for Robert Lewandowski.

The Polish international is one of the best players in the world, but he is in his thirties, and Bayern will have to start planning for a future without him.

Lukaku has developed into one of the best strikers in the world under Antonio Conte, and he could prove to be a sensational addition.

The Belgian has already proven himself in England and Italy. A move to Germany might be tempting for him.

Apparently, Inter Milan are under financial pressure, and they could be forced to sell some of their key players in order to balance the books.

Defender Achraf Hakimi has been linked with a move away from the Italian champions as well.

Bayern Munich are one of the best teams in world football, and a move to Bavaria would be a step up in Lukaku’s career.

The 28-year-old will want to win the Champions League, and Bayern Munich certainly have the players and profile to do that in the near future.