The Linden's pride Chelsea, has started to show interest in their former forward, Romelu Lukaku if their signing for Halaand don't succeed.
The Belgium striker has shown interest, Romelu Lukaku joined Chelsea when he was 18 years old. After sometime, he joined West Brom, Everton and Manchester United untill he made an agreement of £74million from Manchester United to play for Inter Milano in the Series A.
Romelu Lukaku has contributed 42 goals on 62 appearance for Inter Milano in the Italian Senior league.
The resigning of Lukaku into Chelsea is due to failure of signing Erling Halaan from Brussia Dortmund of worth £150m. This is because many clubs has gotten interest in signing Halaand. Such as Manchester City and Madrid.
These players are the target for Chelsea for now as they need a player to play with Timo Werner infront.
Not to forget, Haaland has contributed 34 goals in the Bundesliga in just 36 games.
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