Thomas Tuchel has continued to look for a more excellent and experienced strikers for his team and will this summer recruit some to join him at Stamford Bridge.
So, the Blues will be hoping to complete a deal with their former prolific world-class forward, as they will be looking for a way to add more strength to their world-class club, in other to be able to complete excellently during next season, according to a report.
Chelsea has been a very good and incredible world-class club, since the arrival of Thomas Tuchel at Chelsea, but a report has made us understand that Chelsea is one of the best world-class clubs, at the moment, as they will be hoping to complete a deal with some great world-class players, in other to improve up their great squad, for next season, according to a report.
A report had made us understand that Chelsea had gotten an interest in a very good and classic player, who is known to be an excellent and a world-class prolific forward, during this season, as Chelsea will be hoping to reunite with their former world-class prolific player, who could help Chelsea to a greater height, during next season, according to a report.
Chelsea former forward Romelu Lukaku has been a very great and outstanding world-class player, who has a very good and outstanding world-class act, at the moment, he is also known to be a very good and astonishing great scorer, which had made Chelsea looking for a way to complete a deal with a great world-class player, according to a report.
Romelu Lukaku is said to have been valued at a close fee of €90 million, as his transfer release clause from his club, as Chelsea could announce his signing, during summer transfer, according to a report.
Chelsea is hoping to complete a deal with an excellent and outstanding world-class player Romelu Lukaku, as he could help Chelsea to improve up their great squad, during next season, according to a report.
Chelsea could announce €90 million deal of former Chelsea prolific world-class player, during next campaign, as Chelsea will be hoping to put an end to their scoring drought, as reported from Caught Offside.