Romelu Lukaku has revealed he has been plotting with former Chelsea team-mates Eden Hazard and Thibaut Courtois on how to knock their old club out of Europe on Wednesday Lukaku, who has just wrapped up the Serie A title with Inter Milan, has been speaking with his compatriots ahead of Real Madrid 's Champions League semi-final second leg at Stamford Bridge, where Hazard and Courtois are set to feature in Madrid colours. With the semi-final encounter finely poised after a 1-1 draw in the first leg, both sides are just 90 minutes away from booking their spot in the Istanbul showpiece – and Lukaku is showing no loyalty to his former employers. Ahead of the game, Lukaku revealed Hazard 'knows what he wants to do' in order to beat the Blues and insists he wants his Belgium team-mates to be winning as much silverware as possible before their Euro 2020 campaign starts next month. Lukaku said: 'I have spoke with Courtois and I will speak with Eden tomorrow. 'I know what Eden wants to do. I hope that he will win the UCL and LaLiga and be 100 per cent ready for the Euros.' On wanting his compatriots to succeed before the end of the season, Lukaku added: 'Eden Hazard is a 100 per cent formidable player, he is a player different from the rest.