Everton striker, Romelu Lukaku was sold to Everton after an initial loan spell with the Toffees. This happened as Portuguese manager, Jose Mourinho returned to Stamford Bridge for a second spell.
The 22-year-old Belgian forward has revealed he has got nothing against the man who let him leave his dream club. In reality, Lukaku looks forward to working with Jose Mourinho once more.
Speaking to Sport/Foot Magazine, the striker also mentioned other managers he would love to work with:
“Mourinho is the one coach I would like to work with,
“And then there are Pep Guardiola and Arsene Wenger. In that exact order.”
Lukaku also looks forward to play alongside Manchester United striker, Wayne Rooney someday.
“I would love to play with Wayne Rooney. He really is a great player. He is strong with his head and has a sense for goals.
“We have played against each other very often. There was a chance to play together for Duncan Ferguson’s testimonial, but I had to miss the game due to injury. I still regret that,” he explained.