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Inter entering 'new cycle': Lukaku

Published : Saturday, 8 May, 2021 at 12:00 AM  Count : 141

ROME, MAY 7: Inter Milan, who ended the record reign of nine consecutive titles of Italian champions Juventus, can start "a new cycle", says star striker Romelu Lukaku in an interview published on Friday.
Inter sealed the 'Scudetto' for the 19th time after nearest rivals Atalanta were held 1-1 at Sassuolo last weekend.
It was their first title since 2010 when Jose Mourinho's team also won the Italian Cup and the Champions League. "In my head, I am convinced that I am in a team that can do great things," the 27-year-old Belgian international told Corriere della Sera.
The former Chelsea, Everton and Manchester United striker joined Inter in 2019 after the arrival of coach Antonio Conte. Lukaku is convinced that Conte will stay at the club in spite of the club's financial difficulties, which are to be met with budget cuts from imposed by Chinese owner Suning, and the redtop gossip linking the coach with a return to England at Tottenham Hotspur.    -AFP





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