A new report says that Romelu Lukaku, a striker for Chelsea, has already agreed to move to Saudi Arabia next summer. The deal is said to be worth “millions.” After a less-than-ideal return, the Belgian forward has had a hard time confirming his final departure from the club.
To get the striker back to Stamford Bridge, the Blues paid just under £100 million. They needed to add a goal maker to their team. He got off to a good start under Thomas Tuchel. He found his scoring touch and made the team a real threat, which helped them get into the running for the Premier League early on.
But that stopped when the player got hurt or wasn’t fit enough, and in an interview, he criticised how the head coach was using him. From then on, things didn’t seem to go well between them because he didn’t make much of an effect after that. The next season, he went back to Inter Milan on loan.
In the hopes of a full sale, Lukaku was still linked with a move. However, rumours that he could join a rival team seemed to hurt his relationship with the Nerazzurri. The forwards that used to play for his old team were signed up, so Lukaku could either move to Saudi Arabia or take out another loan deal.
He chose the second option and joined Jose Mourinho at AS Roma. This put off questions about his long-term future at Chelsea until later. Since then, no one knows what will happen with him, but it looks like that problem might be fixed soon, ending the whole story.
Fabio Santini, a writer, says that the striker has already agreed to move to Saudi Arabia. He said to TVPlay, “Lukaku? It’s hard to do a flashback with Juve because he already said yes to a rich offer from Saudi Arabia. Because of Romelu, one thing is for sure: he will leave at the end of the year.
Another Chelsea player will be moving to Saudi Arabia. Edouard Mendy and Kalidou Koulibaly have already moved there in the past year, and N’Golo Kante can go there for free because his contract ended. The Blues will have more power in the market if they sell Lukaku because of the way money works.
There are concerns about their funds and they were recently given a warning after losing ten points to Everton. However, the club says they are not breaking any rules by spending so much money.