Spread the news

 

Chelsea forward Romelu Lukaku is the “number one” striker in the world, according to Ballon d’Or winner Kaka.

Lukaku secured his return to Chelsea this summer from Inter Milan for a fee in the region of £97m.

The forward had a brilliant two-year spell at Milan before this move. He won the Serie A title last term and he scored 64 goals from 95 outings for them.

Big Midweek: Liverpool v Milan, Solskjaer, Saul, Man City

Lukaku did not score for Chelsea during his first spell at the club. He played 15 times before he left permanently in 2014.

But the 100-cap Belgium international has hit the ground running this season. He scored in his second debut against Arsenal as his team won 2-0.

Over the weekend, he netted a brace to help Chelsea pick up an impressive 3-0 victory over Aston Villa.

Kaka – who won the Ballon d’Or in 2007 – has told Gazzetta dello Sport (via sempreinter) that he thinks Lukaku is the best striker in the world:

“Romelu is number one, he reminds me of Adriano at his best – physical strength, intelligence, speed.

“A year ago AC Milan took the lead [in the Serie A title race] after the first derby, then Inter took it back and won deservedly.”

Kaka went onto suggest that 2021/22 could be the season AC Milan finally win the Serie A title:

“I think it could be the right time for Milan,’ Kaka continued.

Read Also: Sundowns in line for FIFA Club World Cup spot

“They have continuity, while the others have each lost something – Juventus no longer have Ronaldo, Inter will have to spread goals out in the team without Lukaku.

“[AC Milan boss Stefano] Pioli gave up on Ibra for a long time [last season]. Conte always had Lukaku available to him.

“Today Ibra is still there and [Olivier] Giroud has joined, I think and I hope that we can go all the way.”

The post Lukaku the ‘number one’ striker in the world, claims Ballon d’Or winner appeared first on Sporting Life.

Click to rate this post!
[Total: 0 Average: 0]

Spread the news
CONTACT US : support@melodyinter.com
Previous articleAisha Buhari Tournament: Falcons, Eagles train at MJA as all is set for kick-off
Next articlePochettino admits he didn’t expect to sign Messi for PSG

LEAVE A REPLY

Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here