Chelsea striker, Romelu Lukaku, has said he is not happy at the club and with the tactics of manager Thomas Tuchel.
Lukaku dropped this bombshell in an interview with Sky Sport Italia.
The Belgium international also apologized to Inter Milan supporters for how he left in the summer.
Lukaku told them the he hopes to play for the Serie A club again “not at the end of my career”.
The 28-year-oldwas a key figure in Antonio Conte’s team that won the Italian topflight title in 2019, but after two seasons at San Siro, he forced a move to Stamford Bridge.
He has now admitted his regret at leaving.
“After two years in Italy, where I worked so hard at Inter with the fitness staff and nutritionist, I feel better than ever.
“However, I am not happy with the situation at Chelsea, that is normal. I think the coach chose to play a different system.
“I just have to not give up, keep working and be professional. I am not happy with the situation, but I’m a hard worker and I mustn’t give up,” Lukaku said.