In his latest column, Merson says Chelsea started the season in a better place before the arrival of Romeru Lukaku. He claimed that Chelsea were in a better position to play and win with absence of Lukaku claiming that the Belgian star is dictating the game. Romeru Lukaku joined Chelsea on September from Inter Milan.
"I believe they were on a better position to win without Lukaku. Lukaku denies the rest of the team to score and has definitely messed up Tuchel's plan. He always dictates the match" says Paul Merson according to the England Sky Sports News today morning.
Chelsea believed that Romeru Lukaku will be a perfect replacement for Oliver Giroud who recently joined AC Milan on free transfer basis. According to Paul Merson, Romeru Lukaku has messed up Tuchel's plan and that's why Chelsea don't always perform well when Lukaku is part of the squad. Chelsea will be facing Wattford this coming weekend and they should aim to win to be on a safe side.
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