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Romelu Lukaku
Romelu Lukaku
Personal information
Full name Romelu Menama Lukaku
Date of birth 13 May 1993 (1993-05-13) (age 27)
Place of birth    Antwerp, Belgium Belgium
Height 1.90 m (6 ft 3 in)
Playing position Striker
Club information
Current club Flag of Italy Inter Milan
Number 9
Youth clubs
1999–2003
2003–2006
2006–2009
Belgium Rupel Boom
Belgium Lierse
Belgium Anderlecht
Senior clubs
Years Club App (Gls)
2009–2011
2011–2014
2012–2013
2013–2014
2014–2017
2017–2019
2019–
Belgium Anderlecht
England Chelsea
EnglandWest Bromwich Albion (loan)
EnglandEverton (loan)
England Everton
England Manchester United
Flag of Italy Inter Milan
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031 0(15)
110 0(53)
066 0(28)
019 0(14)   
National team
2008
2011
2009
2010–
Belgium Belgium U-15
Belgium Belgium U-18
Belgium Belgium U-21
Belgium Belgium
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Romelu Menama Lukaku Bolingoli (born 13 May 1993) is a Belgian professional footballer who plays as a striker for Italian club Inter Milan and the Belgium national team.

Club career

Everton

In August 2013, Lukaku signed with Everton on loan for the 2013-14 season. He made his first appearance for the club on 21 September in the 3-2 win against West Ham United, netting the winner via a header. During the header, Lukaku suffered injury after a collision the an opposite defender.

Manchester United

Lukaku joined Manchester United on 10 July 2017 for a fee of £75 million, plus £15 million in add-ons. He signed a five-year contract with an option of a further one. He took the squad number 9, last worn by Swedish striker Zlatan Ibrahimović; it was reported that Lukaku asked his premission for the number.

Inter Milan

Inter Milan announced the signing of Lukaku on 8 August 2019, with the player inking a five-year deal worth 80 milion, a club record. Lukaku scored on his debut in a 4-0 home win over Lecce, which was followed by another in a 2-1 win at Cagliari.

International career

Lukaku was called up by manager Marc Wilmots for the UEFA Euro 2016. He scored his only goals in the second group stage match against Republic of Ireland which ended in a 3-0 win. Belgium was eliminated in the quarter-finals.

Honours

Clubs

Anderlecht

Chelsea

International

Belgium

External links

Internazionale (2014)
Inter Milan squad - 2020–21

1 Handanović (c) · 2 Godín · 5 Gagliardini · 6 De Vrij · 7 Sánchez · 8 Vecino · 9 Lukaku · 10 Martínez · 11 Moses · 12 Sensi · 13 Ranocchia · 15 Young · 18 Asamoah · 20 Borja Valero · 21 Dimarco · 23 Barella · 24 Eriksen · 27 Padelli · 30 Esposito · 31 Pirola · 32 Agoumé · 33 D'Ambrosio · 34 Biraghi · 37 Škriniar · 46 Berni · 77 Brozović · 87 Candreva · 95 Bastoni ·

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Belgium Belgium
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Belgium – 2014 FIFA World Cup – Quarter-finals

1. Courtois 2. Alderweireld 3. Vermaelen 4. Kompany (c) 5. Vertonghen 6. Witsel 7. De Bruyne 8. Fellaini 9. Lukaku 10. Hazard 11. Mirallas 12. Mignolet 13. Bossut 14. Mertens 15. Van Buyten 16. Defour 17. Origi 18. Lombaerts 19. Dembélé 20. Januzaj 21. Vanden Borre 22. Chadli 23. Ciman

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Belgium – UEFA Euro 2016 – Quarter-finals

1. Courtois 2. Alderweireld 3. Vermaelen 4. Nainggolan 5. Vertonghen 6. Witsel 7. De Bruyne 8. Fellaini 9. R. Lukaku 10. Hazard 11. Carrasco 12. Mignolet 13. Gillet 14. Mertens 15. Denayer 16. Meunier 17. Origi 18. Kabasele 19. Dembélé 20. Benteke 21. J. Lukaku 22. Batshuayi 23. Ciman

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Belgium – 2018 FIFA World Cup – Third place

1. Courtois 2. Alderweireld 3. Vermaelen 4. Kompany 5. Vertonghen 6. Witsel 7. De Bruyne 8. Fellaini 9. Lukaku 10. E. Hazard (c) 11. Carrasco 12. Mignolet 13. Casteels 14. Mertens 15. Meunier 16. T. Hazard 17. Tielemans 18. Januzaj 19. Dembélé 20. Boyata 21. Batshuayi 22. Chadli 23. Dendoncker

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