After his awful spell at Chelsea, i think Lukaku has become the most expensive flop in the history of football. Bought for almost nighty eight million pounds from Inter Milan, expectations for Lukaku were really high and at first, it seemed things were going in the right direction after he scored four goals in his first three games for Chelsea, scoring at least a goal in each of those three games but from there it all went downhill. Lukaku would score just fifteen goals in all competitions despite playing over forty games and he failed to get a single assist. Worst of all, he claimed he did not enjoy being at Chelsea and wanted to go back to Inter, which worsened the situation, so it was no surprise that after the end of last season, he was loaned back to Inter Milan.
2. Timo Werner
After a breakout campaign with RB Leipzig where he scored thirty-four goals in all competitions, the German was bought by Chelsea. like Lukaku, expectations for Timo Werner were high but he was disappointed n his first season he found the back of the net only eleven times and he was guilty of missing twenty-one out of twenty-nine big chances in matches. His second season wasn't any better although he managed to score a few more goals than he did in his debut season for Chelsea. He was sold back to Leipzig during this summer transfer window.
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