Selling Romelu Lukaku at a loss?

By Real11 - Oct 11 2023 197 Views


Romaleu Lukaku has smashed 9 goals in 10 games for Roma in the ongoing season

The Blues are 100% going to sell the 30-year-old star striker Romelu Lukaku in the summer of 2024. Chelsea is even ready to sell the striker at a loss so they can immediately find a new one. The Belgian striker was initially brought in from Inter Milan for 113 million. The price is considered appropriate after two seasons as a super fierce striker in Serie A. However, when he returned to the club that had raised him, Lukaku's ferocity suddenly disappeared and he was only able to score 15 goals in 44 matches.

Lukaku was loaned to Inter Milan in the 2022/2023 season, then loaned again to AS Roma in the 2023/2024 season. Later, after returning from the loan, he will be released permanently. Journalist Fabrizio Romano revealed that Chelsea is ready to let Lukaku go for a much cheaper price than his purchase price. Chelsea reduced it almost three times anyone can bring Lukaku for a whopping price of 42.8 million. The English side Chelsea has no problem selling Lukaku at a loss because they feel there is no longer a place or opportunity for him in the main squad. Fortunately, Chelsea can sell Lukaku with more confidence, considering that Lukaku is on fire with his loan club, AS Roma.

The 30-year-old striker has returned to sharpness since being under the command of Jose Mourinho. He has scored nine goals in 10 matches for Roma. If Lukaku continues to maintain his performance like this, then the loss sale price set by Chelsea will feel very cheap. However, who wants Lukaku? It will certainly be difficult for Roma to make Lukaku permanent at the price set by Chelsea. Even if he went to another Italian club, such as Juventus or returned to Inter Milan, he would have been rejected by fans of both clubs.

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