Chelsea administrator Thomas Tuchel has would not talk straightforwardly about Inter striker Romelu Lukaku, however conceded there are 'a ton of players' who need to join the European heroes following reports that the Belgian has requested that Inter authorization an exchange.
Lukaku has arisen as Chelsea's need focus on this mid year in work to get another 'number nine' in the wake of dismissing consideration from Dortmund genius Erling Haaland.
An initial bid worth £85m in addition to Marcos Alonso was dismissed by Inter, however the Evening Standard has since detailed that a further developed Chelsea offer worth £100m-£110m is presently liable to be acknowledged.
At first endorsed as a 18-year-old, Lukaku left Chelsea for all time in 2014 when he was offered to Everton. He proceeded to join Manchester United for £75m in 2017 and has scored 64 objectives in two seasons since getting paperwork done for Inter in 20will won'telu Lukaku desires to join
It was clarified recently that Chelsea are presently sure an arrangement to re-sign the productive Belgian will be finished.
Be that as it may, Tuchel stayed shy regarding the matter on Tuesday night when he confronted media questions following Chelsea's pre-season well disposed against Tottenham.
"I will not discuss players who are not in my crew. Romelu Lukaku is a phenomenal player, he isn't in my crew he is in Inter. Everybody needs to join my crew. I can envision a ton of players need to come and join," the Blues supervisor clarified.
"We converse with the board about players, have our own assessments, and in the end we target players who as we would like to think could make our crew solid, which is a significant test.
"There are a few players of which we figure they can be a decent objective and improvement in our crew. I won't remark on names as I don't care for it when different mentors talk about my players. So ideally you get that."
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