Report: Tottenham Hotspur make contact over £325k-a-week signing of Chelsea player

Ange Postecoglou’s Tottenham Hotspur have reportedly been in touch to sign Romelu Lukaku from Mauricio Pochettino’s Chelsea in the summer transfer window.

Accordingly CalciomercatoTottenham Hotspur are interested in signing Romelu Lukaku from Chelsea in the summer transfer window.

The Italian news agency’s report said Tottenham had “preliminary contacts” over a move for the Belgium international.

However, this has not led to anything concrete.

CM have reported that Chelsea want to get rid of Lukaku, who has interest from Juventus.

However, the Serie A club cannot reach an agreement with Chelsea.

Tottenham Hotspur makes a mistake with Chelsea striker Romelu Lukaku

In our view, Tottenham Hotspur make a mistake trying to sign Romelu Lukaku from London and Premier League rivals Chelsea in the summer transfer window.

We don’t think Spurs should sign the 30-year-old.

Romelu Lukaku
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Yes, we know Tottenham need to sign a forward to replace Harry Kane who has joined Bayern Munich.

However, Lukaku is not right for her.

The former Manchester United striker who makes £325,000 a week (The London Evening Standard) at Chelsea, has not been at his best for two years and also had injury problems last season.

Lukaku has scored ten goals and provided six assists in Serie A. In the UEFA Champions League for Inter Milan he scored three goals and provided one assist during his loan spell last season.

In the 2021/22 season, the forward scored eight Premier League goals and two UEFA Champions League goals for Chelsea.

There is no sign that Lukaku will return to his best form.

Tottenham shouldn’t risk bringing the forward to Tottenham Hotspur Stadium.

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Emma Bowman

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