Chelsea target said to be on the same level as Haaland, Mbappe and Lewandowski

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Former Chelsea striker Romelu Lukaku sealed a move from Manchester United to Inter Milan in the summer of 2019.

Lukaku endured a spell of mixed fortune with Manchester United, but has been hailed as a world class striker since joining Antonio Conte at Inter.

In his debut season at Inter Milan, Lukaku netted 23 Serie A goals as Conte’s team finished second in the league. This season, he has already bagged 21 goals in just 29 league games, as he seems to be on fire and also break his record of last season.

Inter have been dominant in the Serie A this season, and Lukaku has been at the forefront, as they are set to win the Serie A title for the first time since Jose Mourinho won it in 2010.

Meanwhile, Inter Milan legend Alessandro Altobelli, has hailed the quality of Lukaku and rates him as a world-class player in the same league as Kylian Mbappe, Erling Haaland and Robert Lewandowski.

“At the beginning of the season, I thought he was an average player, but I was wrong,” Altobelli, who spent more than a decade with Inter in the 1970s and 80s and helped Italy to lift the 1982 World Cup, told La Gazzetta dello Sport .

“Italy is the university of football. If you want to make a further step, you must play in Serie A.

“Lukaku is not only capable of scoring in any way and against any opponent, but he is also a great leader who helps the team. For me, he is on the same level as Lewandowski, Haaland and Mbappe.”

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