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Lukaku is Gone, What is Next for Chelsea?

He is our most expensive signing ever. But we didn't get the best out of him. We have run at a lost. And he is yearning for a move since he is unhappy, I hoped his desire should be granted.

    You are wondering, who we are discussing about? Well, read this whole article to get related information pertaining to the topic at hand.

   In this article, I will discuss Lukaku's move and Chelsea's next target.

   Following Lukaku's awful performance at Stamford Bridge last season, the support and love from his fans turned into arguing about his performance. As such, he intended on moving from Chelsea to Inter Milan.

      He had to make it clear to his manager and new owners upon his verdict to move. Todd Boely (Chelsea co- owner) wouldn't want chaos to exist between the manager and the players, so he allowed for Lukaku's wish to be done, only if Inter Milan is able to hold onto the financial terms involved. As Chelsea are willing to append on the decision of the 29-year striker, Inter Milan had to come in. Milan was in talks with 'The Blues' to get a year loan of Lukaku at San Siro.

   Hinging on some Intalian media, Chelsea aimed at €20m loan fee, but Milan wouldn't want to lose the 2021 Serie A winner. They had to offer a player to Chelsea and pay only €8m for one year loan term of Lukaku. At long last, Chelsea accepted the €8m loan fee and a player to allow Lukaku on a year loan for 'The Blue and Blacks'.

   Chelsea, who wished for €10m to reduce their loss on the money spent on signing Lukaku, had to accept only €8m and an add-on, since that was the only druthers left to make progress for the team and keep Lukaku career growing. Lukaku also had to agree on a salary reduction to make the deal a success.

     Now Lukaku is gone, what is next for Thomas Tuchel and his squad?

     Tuchel is having a chance to reconstruct his forward to fetch more goals and win more trophies for Todd Boehly. Chelsea is trying their best to get Manchester City's Raheem Sterling and Ousmane Dembélé to take the goal scoring role next season. Tuchel's heart is on Dembélé since he knew how to get the best out of the 25-year-old striker, as they used together some years back at Borussia Dortmund.

    Rumour circulating says that 'the number 9 jersey of Chelsea is a sign of bad luck on the strikers'. Torres and Abraham could be an evidence. Can we subject Lukaku's performance to the jersey number 9's sign of bad luck? Let me know your opinion in the comment section.

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