Andy Dillion is credited for reporting 2 credible past transfer moves before they came to the public in the recent past including Thomas Tuchel’s appointment
Chelsea are known to be in hunt for another number 9 after reports link Tammy Abraham to a move outside of Stamford Brigde.
With Erling Haaland, Heung-Min Son, Romelu Lukakuand Sergio Aguero already out listed as the possible next signing.
According to a credible Sun reporter, Andy Dillion, Chelsea will move for their former striker, Romelu Lukaku.
Dillion has in the past reported other true transfer news including Tuchel to succeed Frank Lampard and Willian exiting Chelsea.
With his records in similar transfer talks it’s now known Chelsea have made Lukaku their number one priority.
This could mean offloading Tammy Abraham while Timo Werner is given more time to settle in the squad as he could now provide back up to Lukaku.
Lukaku has long remained on Chelsea’s want list even before he moved to Man United.
The Blues could now splash the €90m price tag Inter Milan are demanding in order to reunite with their former number 9.
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