Chelsea manager Thomas Tuchel is on the verge of loosing his key players in the already opened summer transfer window with Antonio Rudiger and Andreas Christensen already confirmed for departure.
However according to the Football London, Chelsea and Belgium's striker Romelu Lukaku is allegedly heading to London over finalizing his Stamford Bridge exit after allegedly agreeing to take a pay cut to rejoin his former club Inter Milan.
Lukaku has struggled for form since his whooping £97.5m move to premier league and hasn't been able to meet fans expectations while in the field with ex-chelsea star John Obi Mikel suggesting that Lukaku is not strong for EPL intense.
Meanwhile, Chelsea are still in contact with Sevilla over signing Jules Kounde with Salnino edging closer to completing a move to Stamford Bridge after snubbing Real Madrid.
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