Chelsea Striker who's currently on loan at Inter Milan this season Romelu Lukaku would be expected to make a decision about his future at the end of this season. The Belgium National has recently found his form as he has been getting involved in Inter Milan's games.
According to Telegraph UK, Mauricio Pochettino wants to work with Romelu Lukaku at Chelsea next season but that's if the Belgium National is interested in reviving his Chelsea career.
Regardless of whatever decision that Romelu Lukaku makes, Chelsea are still interested in signing a new Striker. Mauricio Pochettino has identified Lautaro Martinez for the number 9 role at Chelsea but the West London is still monitoring the situations of Victor Osimhen, Rasmus Hojlund and Tammy Abraham.
Chelsea might not be able to sign Victor Osimhen if Romelu Lukaku decides to stay at Stamford Bridge next season. Tammy Abraham, Lautaro Martinez or Rasmus Hojlund will be suitable options if Romelu Lukaku wants to stay.
For the Midfield, Mauricio Pochettino wants Chelsea to sign Alexis Mac Allister and Declan Rice but Chelsea has Declan Rice, Romeo Lavia and Moises Caicedo on their radar. The duo of Declan Rice and Moises Caicedo are strong targets of Chelsea's London rival Arsenal. With Southampton already relegated from the Premier league this season, Chelsea might be able to get Romeo Lavia cheaply.
Chelsea's Midfield targets
Declan Rice, Moises Caicedo, Alexis Mac Allister and Romeo Lavia.
Victor Osimhen, Rasmus Hojlund, Tammy Abraham and Lautaro Martinez.
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