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Romelu Lukaku Shares Videos of his first football Training camp [Videos]

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Inter Milan striker and Belgium international Romelu Lukaku on Wednesday, spent the coronavirus lockdown to dig out videos of his first training camp at RSC Anderlecht.

The 26-year-old former Manchester United superstar took to his Instagram account to share a series of clips showing the variety of activities he was involved in during the camp.

In one of the series of clips, Lukaku could be seen on a football pitch playing with other youngsters. The ball was passed to him while in the box eighteen and he scored a beautiful goal.

In another clip, Lukaku‘s younger brother Jordan Lukaku, who currently plays for Lazio could be seen at a dining room with other children in the training camp, celebrating his 13th year birthday.

Since Jordan is now 25-year-old and he turned 13th during the training camp Lukaku flaunted on Instagram, it means that Lukaku’s first training camp took place 12 years ago, July 2008 to be precise.

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It also means that Lukaku who is now 26-year-old was 14-year-old when he attended his first football training camp.

“Major throwback! This a video of my first training camp at @rscanderlecht 06/07. Some other players that turned into the pro’s wherein it as well”, Lukaku captioned the videos tagging a series of footballers who were youngsters in the videos.

This is the ultimate throwback videos of Romelu Lukaku

Some notable footballers that the Inter Milan star tagged are Jordan Lukaku, his younger brother, Chelsea and Belgium International Michy Batshuayi, and Lyon’s Jason Denayer.

Romelu Lukaku

The footballer began his professional career at Belgian Pro League club Anderlecht in 2009, where he made his senior debut, at age 16. After conquering the Belgian league, the Inter Milan striker joined Chelsea in 2011.

It found it difficult to establish himself at Chelsea but went on to conquer West Bromwich Albion, Everton and Manchester United before he left the Premier League to
Serie A.

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Since the Belgian started his professional football in 2009, he has played for 6 football clubs, scoring over 156 goals in over 305 appearances. Also, he has scored 52 goals in 82 appearances for Belgium national team since 2010.

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