The summer transfer window is still ongoing with top European clubs still in search of their dream targets in an attempt to strengthen and cement their positions ahead of winning some major silverwares.
Having let Raheem Sterling, Kolidou Koulibaly, Marc Cucurella and Gabriel Solnina in, the London based heavyweights have as well let several players out of Stamford Bridge like Romelu Lukaku and Timo Werner alongside defensive duo of Antonio Rudiger and Andreas Christensen.
However according to the Sun Football, Belgium international and Chelsea's striker Romelu Lukaku has allegedly revealed that he thought he was going to be a hero at Chelsea but was denied amole time and therefore keen on proving everyone wrong.
The 28 year old feels that he was denied another season of proving himself right having been tipped to be a key striker for Thomas Tuchel's squad.
Meanwhile, Chelsea are closing in on Signing Barca's ace Frankie De Jong on a £67.6m rated deal.
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