Romelu Lukaku signs endorsement deal with Therabody

Inter Milan and Belgium star striker, Romelu Lukaku has agreed to a deal to partner with Therabody, a tech wellness company. Therabody is already working with high-profile clubs in Europe like AC Milan, Bayern Munich, and Arsenal, Real Madrid.

Therabody’s Theragun is a handheld persuasive device that provides massage and relaxation. The company also provides additional solutions and educational material and a proper recovering regimen like RecoveryAir and PowerDot products. Lukaku admitted that Therabody products help him in becoming a better player.

 “Using Therabody’s products and getting proper sleep are essential in allowing me to show up every day feeling ready to put out my best work and constantly improving.” 

The former Manchester United and Everton striker was reportedly first introduced to the brand whilst staying in Los Angeles during pre-season tour. Lukaku had invited the founder of Therabody Dr. Jason Wersland to elaborate in detail about the product. Since then, he has been using the regimen given and has enhanced his performances for both club and country. 

Romelu Lukaku played an instrumental role in Inter’s Serie A winning campaign this season as he scored 24 goals with 11 assists in 36 appearances for the club and was the second-highest top scorer in Serie A this year. Dr. Wesland had special praise for Lukaku’s attention to detail regarding his wellness.

 “I have witnessed Romelu’s wellness journey over the years; he is so dedicated to taking the necessary steps to prevent injury, enhance his game, and elevate those around him. We are proud and thrilled to have him in our corner as an investor and ambassador.”

During his spell at Manchester United, he became the first premier league player to join Jay-Z’s management agency named Roc Nation Sports. He also partnered up with Puma in 2018 but he currently wears Nike boots. The Belgian striker has transformed himself after arriving at Inter Milan. His future at the club is uncertain since Antonio Conte left Inter Milan this week, while the Italian club also needs to raise cash by selling players.

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