After helping Inter to a well-deserved Serie A triumph, Romelu Lukaku has revealed his next target in his career. Euro 2020 is the newest target for the Inter Man as his piece of silverware to win.
The Belgian striker spoke to La Tribune after helping Inter secure their first Scudetto in 11 years and said he hopes his teammates in the national team side will bring further titles into the national team ahead of Euro 2020.
“I really hope that all the other Belgium players can win titles this year,” Romelu Lukaku said. “[Thibaut] Courtois, Eden and Thorgan Hazard, [Axel] Witsel, [Kevin] de Bruyne.”
“It would be great for the team to bring this spirit to the national team as well so that we can all move forward together.
“Winning a club title allows you to gain experience that helps you face the games in a better way. It gives you the killer mentality that I had missed a little during my career.”
Lukaku, who won the League title with Anderlecht and the FA Cup with Chelsea before joining Inter, admitted he has ‘given up’ too many times in his career and needed to change his attitude.
“I have had too many moments where I have given up over the course of my career,” Romelu Lukaku continued. “Then I said to myself: ‘Enough, I’m tired, I’m 27 and it’s time for a change’. But my work doesn’t stop here.
“I’m happy because we won a title, but I’m already targeting the European Championship.”