Lukaku World alert, flies to Belgium with Inter’s okay: therapies and exams are ready


Lukaku World alert, flies to Belgium with Inter’s okay: therapies and exams are ready
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The striker has left Italy with the approval of the club to confront the doctors of the Red Devils in view of Qatar. Will he return to Appiano Gentile for further investigations next week or will he do them at home? Inzaghi will only get it back in January.

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Romelu Lukaku has left Italy to reach Belgium, where he will be treated by the medical staff of the Red Devils. The relapse after the match against Sampdoria has in fact alarmed the Inter striker from a World Cup perspective and for this reason, with the green light from the Viale della Liberazione club, he preferred to deal with the doctors of the Belgian selection, in constant contact with Professor Volpi.


New exams are scheduled between tomorrow and the next few days. The first will be carried out in Belgium, where he will do other therapies, then we will see if the bomber will return to Milan or not to undergo further tests. “We evaluate it day by day – explained the physiotherapist Lieven Maesschalck from Belgium – and we will try to prepare it as best we can”. The answers that will arrive in the next few hours and days will be important, but at the moment everything leads us to believe that there will be no good news for the Nerazzurri club. Realistically, Big Rom will return to play with the Inter shirt when the championship resumes, after the World Cup in Qatar. The question remains whether he will be able to fly to Doha, even if Belgium will wait for him until the last moment. And also … beyond. The coach Martinez explained: “For us he is irreplaceable and if he misses, we will have to change the way we play.”


The medical staff of the Red Devils and that of Inter have been in constant contact since Monday, when the striker underwent tests again which revealed a pain in the scar on the back of his left thigh. Kristof Sas, doctor of the Red Devils, admitted to Sporza: “It is a relapse, not a heavy thing, but in any case a new stop. We do not know how long it will be unavailable.” And herein lies the problem, in these words (“We don’t know how long it will be unavailable”). Belgium and Inter will agree on the steps for recovery, but the Nerazzurri club has already raised the white flag and does not plan to have him back for 20 ‘against Atalanta on 13 November (it is a very unlikely hypothesis at the moment). At Pinetina they rather hope that Romelu will take care of himself, arrive at the World Championship in good condition and above all he will no longer have relapses. Having him back at the top in January, for Inter-Napoli, given all the problems of the last two months, would already be a success.


For Big Rom to fly to Doha, however, it is necessary that the new problem is not too serious (we will understand soon) and that the bomber is not obliged to stop for too long. A complicated approach to Qatar, with several sessions apart and a few with his teammates from the national team, would force him to go on the pitch not at the top and therefore put him at risk of a third relapse. Pogba tried until a few days ago to answer the call from France, then he gave up. Romelu for himself wants a different ending to the story, but above all he wants to put himself once and for all these weeks with his left thigh going wild. The situation will soon be clearer.


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