Chelsea
Trending

Bye Bye Romelu – Chelsea to offer five-year contract to 34-goal striker Tuchel likes

There has been some rumours which have again claimed that Romelu Lukaku will depart the club at the end of the season, as Chelsea have stepped up their efforts to sign Darwin Nunez

Lukaku has only started a handful of Premier League and European games since the beginning of February, increasingly finding himself part of the second string in west London, and looks like a player that wants to depart the club.

Now, reports have claimed that the incoming owners could decide to cut their loses in the transfer window and let the powerhouse depart the club, and a move back to Italian football could be on the cards.

And Savenet has now learned that Chelsea will offer Darwin Nunez that massive five-year contract worth around £200,000-a-week to come to the Premier League and lead their attack

Nuñez has scored 34 goals in all competitions for Benfica this season, but More impressive is his impressive performances against the biggest clubs in the Champions League.

He is a well-rounded, dynamic striker with loads of potential, and at the tender age of 22, Nuñez has plenty of years ahead of him and is the hard-working, efficient player Thomas Tuchel likes.

Seeing his big-game performances and consistency this season, Chelsea’s new owners will be willing to offer him a move to the Bridge, especially as he would only cost around £60 million to acquire

Savenet’s View…

Lukaku has proven that he is not the player to lead this Chelsea side back to the very top of the game, he is not the player Tuchel needs or wants

Nunez is a man that has played a number of positions for Benfica this season, but is still able to score the goals that have elevated him to one of the most dangerous is Europe

He has strong points to his finishing, dribbling, long-range shooting ability and key passes, all qualities that bosses like to see in players

Brie.

Related Articles

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.

Back to top button