Inter striker Romelu Lukaku has reiterated his desire to return to his boyhood club Anderlecht in the future.
Lukaku came through the ranks at the Belgian powerhouses and debuted for them just days after celebrating his 16th birthday.
He moved on to Chelsea and also had spells with West Bromwich Albion, Everton and Manchester United before joining Inter in a club record transfer deal worth around €80 million.
Lukaku has often spoken about his desire to return to where it all began for him later on in his career, and in an interview with VoetbalKrant he has once again shared his desire to return to the Brussels-based club.
“I have always said that I will return to my club, Anderlecht,” he said.
“I will do it in the best possible way, not as a player in the twilight phase of his career.
“We will see what the future brings.
“The most important thing is to achieve my goals with Inter and the national team.”
Since joining Inter, who he is under contract with until the end of the 2023-24 season, Lukaku has scored 51 goals and tallied nine assists in 73 appearances across all competitions to date.
He was once again decisive for Antonio Conte’s side on Wednesday, scoring a late winner in extra-time to take the Nerazzurri past Fiorentina and into the quarter-finals of the Coppa Italia.