holds the record as the football player with the highest aggregate transfer fees in the game, amounting to a whopping $358 million.

He moved to Chelsea in the summer of 2021 on a massive $135 million transfer, making him one of the most expensive Premier League ever. The signing occurred a decade after his initial signature for the club at 18. 

In July 2017, the Belgian transferred to Manchester United on a $100 million deal. 

From to Manchester United to Inter to Chelsea and back to Inter (on loan), Lukaku has earned his fair share of millions and trophies while scoring over a century of along the way. 

Lukaku has accumulated wealth — a fortune rumored to be around $50 million — that allows him to lead a life of luxury. But how does he spend his millions? Let's delve into the lavish spending habits of Romelu Lukaku.

Lukaku's houses

Given Lukaku's well-traveled club resume, the Belgian owns many properties worldwide. 

During his time at United, his greater Manchester house included a recording studio for making beats for then-teammate Paul Pogba, a pool room, a game room, a jacuzzi, and a cinema. 

He also had a personal French chef to keep his diet curated, providing the right balance of nutrients for his high-performance athletic needs.

The forward also owns a vacant house in London, given his current loan spell at Inter Milan. The player holds a large apartment near the San Siro, including a place for his mom and brother, who live next door.

The 6-foot-3 Lukaku bought a humongous bed to go with the place. On a related note, rumors are circulating that American rapper Megan Thee Stallion and Lukaku are currently dating.

Lukaku's cars

Lukaku has a keen eye for sleek rides, a common indulgence among many footballers. His collection includes the likes of the $580,000 Rolls-Royce Wraith with red trims and grill (at least in his United days), a $320,000 Mercedes AMG-GT, and an extravagant $300,000 Bentley Continental GT.

He also owns a $150,000 Mercedes-AMG GLE 63 luxury SUV and a

$150,000 Maserati Levante Trofeo that he received as an ambassador from an Italian luxury vehicle manufacturer. 


Lukaku's travels

On the transfer merry-go-round, Lukaku frequently flies off to , Italy, and Belgium on a private jet. But there's no indication that he owns any of those high-end airliners, as do the likes of Messi and Ronaldo.    

However, the player is not shy about flying to New York for a quick getaway. He is also a client of Jay-Z's Roc Nation Sports—the premier entertainment company's headquarters is in Manhattan. 

But even on vacation — whether in LA or Miami as he was with teammate Hakim Ziyech, Lukaku always stays in shape. 

Lukaku's charities

In 2019, Lukaku spent $133,000 to donate 5,000 tickets to charities addressing diabetes and cancer — Diabetes Liga and Kom Op Tegen Kanker — to mark his 50th strike for Belgium. His mother has diabetes, a fact that has significantly shaped Lukaku's perspective on health and wellness.

“When my father stopped being a professional player I was six years old and my mother was diagnosed with diabetes. We went through some difficult years,” the player said in 2000. 

Photos: Instagram/romelulukaku