The return toInter from Romelu Lukaku it is an increasingly probable possibility. The Nerazzurri club and the Chelsea they are working to polish the last details of a negotiation made fatally difficult by the sum paid out 10 months ago by the Blues to secure the card of the Belgian center forward, who however disappointed even in his second experience at Stamford Bridge.
Inter and Lukaku closer and closer
Was it the last? Difficult to say now, Lukaku is about to return to Milan with the loan formula, but there is no doubt that something has not worked at Chelsea, while in the other adventures in the Premier with Everton And Manchester United Big Roma had managed to find the door continuously. Surely the flop of last season was thunderous and that was enough for the ‘Daily Mail’ to “elect” the Belgian as the worst purchase in history of the London club.
Lukaku-Chelsea, the story of a never born love
An uncomfortable label for a striker who first arrived at Chelsea 11 years ago, coming from Anderlecht. Lukaku was immediately loaned to West Bromwich Albion where with goals he earned an opportunity with the Blues, which ended after the missed penalty in the 2013 European Super Cup final against Bayern Munich, out of anger of José Mourinho. The rest is known history, with the good seasons at Everton and United it earned the call of Inter, where Romelu lived the best years of his career. The lure of Chelsea and that failure struck the player in pride, but the return to Stamford Bridge was disastrous after the illusion of four goals in the first four competitive matches. Tactical misunderstandings with the coach Tuchel, the difficulty in joining a team fresh from the Champions League victory with a completely different set-up and the progressive mistrust given the rapid diversion to the bench characterized a disappointing year, which Lukaku cannot afford to relive in view of the World Cup.
Chelsea and the Alvaro Morata flop
In the top 10 of the worst signings in Chelsea’s history, however, there are several other acquaintances of Italian football. In second place we find Alvaro Morata, bought for 64 million of euros from Real Madrid in 2017, but the protagonist of a colorless year and a half that preceded the passage to Atletico Madrid. In fourth place in the ranking Tiemoué Bakayokofresh champion of Italy with Milan and still owned by Chelsea, in the sixth Andriy Shevchenko (nine goals in two years between 2006 and 2008) and ninth Fernando Torres.
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