Chelsea needs to sign a striker in this summer transfer window if they want to challenge for the title next season. Already big names are being linked with a move to Chelsea even before the transfer window is opened. The latest is Tottenham Hotspurs Striker Harry Kane. However, this move could be a difficult one to materialize because Tottenham could not want to sell Their star to London rivals.
Chelsea has now opted to find a backup plan. It is believed that Chelsea is in talks with Inter Milan to bring former Manchester United striker Romelo Lukaku back to the Premier League next season. This is according to Belgium sports report Sacha Tavolieri. Lukaku has scored 23 goals this season and provided 9 assists. He failed to establish himself as a top striker back in Manchester United and he was sold by Ole Gunnar in the 2019 transfer window. But of late his has regained his form back and he might be ready for a Premier League come back but this time with the Blues.
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