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Romelu Lukaku Chelsea Exit Possible Amid Conte Reunion (Full Details)

Romelu Lukaku future with Chelsea might have been blown following his interview controversy, Breaking Sport News reports.

Thomas Tuchel had to drop the striker from the matchday squad against Liverpool following the whole incidents.

Romelu Lukaku future with Chelsea might have come to a close with recent development which could see him be dropped for a long period.

Although Chelsea said they won’t be selling him, but it still remain what the player would be thinking as the World Cup is going to hold this year.

Romelu Lukaku have himself to blame after granting an interview which saw him stating his unhappiness with the manager.

He also went on talking about his loyalty with Inter Milan where he no more play and the fans from both ends are not taking things lightly.

The Blues striker faces an uncertain future as things have circulated beyond control of the club and manager who have decided to drop him.

Romelu Lukaku could seal a stunning cross-city switch to Chelsea’s rivals Tottenham in order to reunite with ex-Inter boss Antonio Conte, according to Gazzetta Dello Sport.

An explosive interview in which the Belgian professed his frustrations at Chelsea saw him dropped for the club’s Premier League clash with Liverpool which was played last night.

Despite having only returned to the Blues this summer, the attacker could now look to secure an exit away from the club as things aren’t looking good for him.

A reunion with Antonio Conte at Tottenham could be on the table, as unexpected as it may be, is not out of the picture.

This will see Spurs finally let go of Harry Kane who is still attracting big money move to Manchester City who are desperate to get a deal happen with the transfer window open.

Nothing is confirmed yet as Thomas Tuchel hasn’t ruled out Romelu Lukaku returning back to the team for now after their last match.

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