Lukaku is the most expensive transfer in the world
Inter Milan officially announced today, Thursday, the return of its Belgian striker, Romelu Lukaku, the Chelsea player, to its ranks on loan for one season to compete for the Calcio.
And press reports revealed that the Belgian, Romelu Lukaku, has become the most player in history that football clubs paid money for, in exchange for her transfer.
And Inter Milan announced the loan of the player for one season, for 8 million euros, after he sold him last year to Chelsea for 113 million euros.
The Transfer Market website, which specializes in player transfers, confirmed that 4 clubs, Chelsea, Everton, Manchester United and Inter Milan, paid 333 million euros for Lukaku.
Chelsea initially bought Lukaku from Anderlecht in 2011 for 15 million euros.
In 2013 Chelsea loaned Lukaku to Everton for a season for 3.5 million euros, and then in the 2014 season, Everton paid 35.3 million euros to buy the player permanently.
While in July 2017, Everton sold Lukaku to Manchester United for 84.7 million euros.
After two seasons, Manchester United decided to get rid of Lukaku and sold him to Inter Milan for 74 million euros.
And in August 2021, the largest amount in Lukaku’s transfers was, after Chelsea decided to restore the player in exchange for a payment of 113 million euros to Inter Milan.
After a failed season for Lukaku with Chelsea, Inter Milan announced the player’s loan for a season, for 8 million euros.
Lukaku surpasses the Brazilian Neymar, who has the most expensive deal in the history of football, when he moved to Paris Saint-Germain from Barcelona for 222 million euros, bringing the total paid in Neymar 310 million euros throughout his career, 22 million euros less than Lukaku.
In third place came Cristiano Ronaldo, in which clubs paid 245 million euros, in exchange for his contract.
Romelu Lukaku said in official statements after announcing his official joining the ranks of Inter Milan: “Inter has done a lot and I want to do better than before. I have been in contact with Inzaghi all season.”
“I tell the fans that I am happy to be back and I will do everything to bring joy to the fans and my teammates,” Lukaku added. It is scheduled to wear the player number 90 with Inter Milan in the Italian league next season.
Lukaku played for Inter for two seasons before moving to Chelsea last summer, in a record deal of 113 million euros.
Lukaku showed great levels with Inter Milan during the period he spent with him in the 2019-2020 and 2020-2021 seasons.
Lukaku participated with Inter Milan 95 games in all competitions, scored 64 goals, provided 16 assists, and received 9 yellow cards.