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Inter Milan ultras accuse Romelu Lukaku of betraying the club by leaving for Chelsea last summer

Inter Milan ultras accuse Romelu Lukaku of LEAVING the club by leaving for Chelsea last summer and are urging fans NOT to welcome him back with Curva Nord flags and scarves as they insist he will have to recoup their love by ‘humility and sweat’

  • Romelu Lukaku left Inter Milan last summer after winning the Scudetto
  • His move to Chelsea turned out to be a disaster and will return to the Italian club on loan
  • Inter Milan supporters say the Belgian betrayed them with his move last year

The Inter Milan ultras have urged their fellow supporters not to welcome Romelu Lukaku with their flags and scarves on his return to Italy.

Lukaku left the club for Chelsea last summer for £97.5million after two years at Inter, but will return to Italy this window after a disastrous second spell in West London.

With a statement on social media ahead of the impending announcement that Lukaku would return to the San Siro on loan from Chelsea, the Curva Nord ultras lamented the player’s ‘behaviour’ last summer and said he will love their have earned back through ‘humility’ and sweat’.

Inter's Curva Nord ultras released a statement saying Romelu Lukaku 'betrayed' the club

Inter’s Curva Nord ultras released a statement saying Romelu Lukaku ‘betrayed’ the club

The Belgian will have to recoup the love of the fans through 'humility and sweat', the supporters said in a statement

The Belgian will have to recoup the love of the fans through ‘humility and sweat’, the supporters said in a statement

The statement went on to say that despite being considered a ‘king’ during his first stint at the club, Lukaku will return to Inter as ‘one like many’.

The ultras went on to say: “As Lukaku’s return to Inter is very likely, some points need to be made clear: the Curva Nord supports Inter and will not object to the player (despite last summer’s behavior).

“Given this, no one should welcome him with scarves or banners from the Curva or from the groups that make up it,” they added.

“Anything that will eventually be done to him in the future will have to earn it on the pitch with humility and sweat.

Romelu Lukaku was influential in delivering Inter's first Scudetto since 2010, but will return as 'one like many', the ultras said

Romelu Lukaku was influential in delivering Inter’s first Scudetto since 2010, but will return as ‘one like many’, the ultras said

“He was supported (and treated) like a king, now he is one like many.”

The Curva Nord group added that they were very ‘upset’ over his actions last summer and while he could atone for his ‘betrayal’, they are actions rarely forgotten by supporters.

“Let us also be clear to everyone that we will never cheer for Lukaku if he wears the Inter shirt again,” it read.

“However, we invite all Inter fans not to fall into the opposite trap, which is to run straight and drool him.

‘Besides an obvious emotional aspect, pretending nothing happened would only accelerate that process that has been going on for years to make us all stupid and retarded consumers.

Romelu Lukaku returns to Inter to repeat his impressive goals from his first two seasons with the Italian giants

Romelu Lukaku returns to Inter to repeat his impressive goals from his first two seasons with the Italian giants

“We are not gentlemen at the mercy of the movements of players and clubs. We learned of Lukaku’s betrayal and were very upset. For a player, these things can be forgiven over time, but they remain.”

It was Lukaku’s desire to return to Chelsea last summer and that seems to have been the most feud with Inter supporters.

Lukaku appeared on his transfer to West London last summer to suggest that his return to Chelsea was the culmination of a ‘long’ journey. Rarely do club supporters feel they were being used as a stepping stone.

“I am happy and blessed to be back at this wonderful club,” the Belgium international said last summer.

Despite calling himself 'glad' to be back last summer, Romelu Lukaku's second marriage to Chelsea soon came to an end.

Despite calling himself ‘glad’ to be back last summer, Romelu Lukaku’s second marriage to Chelsea soon came to an end.

“It’s been a long journey for me. I came here as a child who had to learn a lot, now I come back with a lot of experience and more mature.

“The relationship I have with this club means so much to me, as you know. I supported Chelsea as a kid and to be back now and try to help them win more titles is a great feeling.”

As it was, Lukaku and Chelsea’s second marriage quickly fizzled out and via an interview where he yearned for a return to Inter and several disappointing appearances, he returns to Italy with his tail between his legs.

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