The transfer situation between Chelsea and Intermilan is seemingly just a matter of time before a deal is finalized.The blues have Lukaku as their first choice striker currently after failing to land Erling Braut Haaland.
Accordingly to journalist Fabrizio Romano, he claims that Intermilan are now ready to sell Lukaku and have already identified Zapata of Atalanta as his potential replacement well,that's incase the deal goes through.
Atalanta on the other end have reportedly identified Chelsea striker Tammy Abraham as a potential replacement for Zapata just incase they deal between Intermilan and Chelsea materialize.
So technically each team is depending on the other to make a move before the transfer window ends.
Chelsea are the money bags here and are the ones also in dire need of a striker since Timo Werner has proved not good for a number nine while Tammy Abraham has not been viewed as a first choice striker for Thomas Tuchel.He has instead used Kai Havertz as a false nine.
It will be interesting to see what happens in the next couple of days.
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