Chelsea football club who have been tipped for a squad reshuffle this summer transfer window, have been linked to a number of players. The likes of Erling Haaland, Harry Kane,Achraf Hakimi, Romelu Lukaku, and Julian Weigl have all been linked to join the Blues.
Chelsea seem to have been handed a possible boost to their hopes of sealing the transfer of their former star and current Inter Milan striker Romelu Lukaku this summer.The striker has also played for Manchester United and Everton in the past.
According to The Daily Mirror, the Serie A champions will have to think about selling players this summer in order to balance the books.Club president Steven Zhang said “The decision was right [for Conte to leave], but now the bill brought by the pandemic is such that we cannot fail to review the situation, by looking for savings that lead to a future budget balance."
This statement means the Blues may get a chance to sign him this summer. So what do you think about this? Like, comment, share and follow.
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