The Blues have been linked with Erling Haaland, Romelu Lukaku and Robert Lewandowski this summer. Thomas Tuchel insists Chelsea must get a striker this summer if they are to compete for major honours next season and this has turned his attention to the Belgian star striker Romelu Lukaku after a deal for Erling Haaland looks impossible this summer.
Chelsea have showed a slow start to this summer's transfer window, but have been linked with many players recently with Thomas Tuchel eager to strengthen his squad before the end of this month.
The former Blues striker have offered Lukaku a three-year contract which comes with an annual salary of £12m and the player has accepted. Lukaku's desire to join Chelsea is not a secret as the Belgian star has reportedly informed Milan of his desire to return back to Stamford Bridge.
With the Serie A side's valuation of Lukaku in the region of £100m, and Chelsea's willingness to sign a striker this summer, Inter Milan might be tempted to sell their prized asset.
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