All roads lead to Rome-lu

Romelu Lukaku has been on fire since signing for Roma.

Since re-uniting with former manager Jose Mourinho Big Rom can’t stop scoring, but it hasn’t always been plain sailing for the Belgian.

In the blue half of merseyside he’s regarded as cult hero, meanwhile a fan of the Nerazzurri would probably liken him to an overweight snake. And that’s without mentioning his time in West London.

Yet this summer Big Rom found himself unwanted, after simultaneously alienating himself from three different fanbases.

With a week to go until the window slammed shut Belgiums all time leading goalscoring was in complete limbo, facing the prospect a season in the Chelsea reserves just months after playing in his first Champions League Final.

Then in step Jose Mourinho, reunited with his former Manchester United gaffer, Lukaku is rediscovering his best form, scoring 7 goals in 8 games.

While his club form has wavered, the Belgian has never stopped scoring internationally, currently finding himself top scorer of European championship qualifying as Belgiums golden generation fades, Big Rom continues to perform.