July 17, 2024

Chelsea forward Romelu Lukaku drops Paris Saint-Germain clue amid transfer rumours

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Chelsea forward Romelu Lukaku has dropped Paris Saint-Germain clue amid transfer rumours from Stanford Bridge.

Lukaku has been linked with exit from Chelsea, with Paris Saint-Germain among his admirers and he has already admitted his admiration of the Ligue 1 giants

Chelsea forward Romelu Lukaku hinted at his admiration of Paris Saint-Germain as questions over his long-term Stamford Bridge future persist.

Lukaku returned to Chelsea in a club-record £97m deal last summer from Inter Milan but things haven’t quite gone as expected for the striker.

After hitting 30 goals in his final season in Italy, he has only found the net on 12 occasions in all competitions this term – just five of those strikes coming in the Premier League. 

He has been in and out of Thomas Tuchel ’s starting XI, with Kai Havertz regularly preferred.

That has seen Lukaku ’s future at Stamford Bridge called into question, with the Belgian regularly being linked with a move back to former club Inter. 

However, he now appears to have fresh admiration in the form of Ligue 1 giants Paris Saint-Germain.

Football Insider have claimed that the French outfit are interested in making a move to refresh their forward line. 

Kylian Mbappe is out of contract at the end of the season and looks likely to move to Real Madrid, whilst Neymar, Angel Di Maria and Lionel Messi are all on the wrong side of 30.

He was previously linked with a move to the Parc des Princes during his time as an Everton player and did nothing to hide his admiration.

Speaking with GQ Magazine back in 2016, he said: “PSG is a big club, with a magnificent project and a world-class workforce. But everything is in the hands of my agent.”

Upon returning to Chelsea, Lukaku penned a deal until the summer of 2026. 

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