Thomas Tuchel and his Chelsea players will be welcoming their city rivals Tottenham Hotspur to Stamford Bridge in a crucial premier league match which will define a lot in the top four race. This match will however present Chelsea boss Thomas Tuchel with another chance to figure out how to get the best out of their record signing Romelu Lukaku.
Getting the best out of Lukaku has been an uphill task for the German and on his pre-match conference ahead of their Tottenham game, he admitted to be watching previous Inter Milan games to learn how to get the best out of the Belgian striker.
"Yes, we’ve talked about this. I watch football games and I can see where he plays, how he plays and the way Inter play." He replied when asked if he has been watching how Lukaku thrived at Inter Milan. Lukaku arguably had the best season of his career playing at Inter Milan where he helped the Italian club lift the league scoring goals and setting up goals.
"That’s not rocket science. We had a pretty clear picture of what Romelu can do, and can offer us and our game, and how we can include him into our game, and we can clearly improve on that." Thomas Tuchel on Lukaku.
Source: Chelsea tv
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