Romelu Lukaku next club: Latest transfer odds for Chelsea outcast

Romelu Lukaku next club: Latest transfer odds for Chelsea outcast
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Which side is likely to be Romelu Lukaku’s next club? Lukaku could be on the move once again this summer, with the striker seemingly not having a future at Chelsea.

The Belgian spent last season on loan in Serie A with Inter Milan, the third loan of his career after temporary spells at Everton and West Brom.

He previously enjoyed a very successful time at San Siro after his permanent move from Manchester United, but he didn’t quite hit the same heights last time out.

The 30-year-old hit 14 goals in all competitions last season, 10 of which came in Serie A, with three in the Champions League and one in the Italian Cup.

Lukaku is now back at Chelsea, but his future at the West London club really is up in the air this summer.

As per OddsChecker, here are the latest Lukaku next club odds during the summer transfer window.

  • Juventus – 1/2
  • A Saudi Pro League club – 5/1
  • Inter Milan – 6/1
  • Stay at Chelsea – 8/1

Lukaku next club odds

Juventus – 1/2

A switch to Serie A rivals Juventus for Lukaku is currently 1/2, with that deal potentially dependent on the future of Old Lady striker Dusan Vlahovic, who could also be on the move this summer.

Any Saudi Pro League club – 5/1

The Saudi Arabia operation is in full swing, with the likes of Karim Benzema, N’Golo Kante, Edouard Mendy, Ruben Neves and Jota among the high-profile names to have made the move there recently.

Chelsea striker Lukaku has been given odds of 5/1 to join them, but it seems that, for now, the Belgian is keen to continue playing in Europe.

Inter Milan – 6/1

A third spell at San Siro for Lukaku has been given odds of 6/1, but Inter have not made any permanent move for the forward just yet.

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Lukaku to stay at Chelsea – 8/1

There is also a chance that Mauricio Pochettino gives Lukaku a lifeline at Stamford Bridge and the striker is retained for another season, a scenario which is currently 8/1.

But given the club’s busy squad and high wage bill, getting the Belgian off the books may be the best option ahead of the new campaign.

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