Newcastle United can make a bid for Chelsea striker Romelu Lukaku. They might make a bid for Romelu Lukaku in the summer transfer window of 2023. Reports suggest that Newcastle is among a number of clubs who are interested in signing the player by the end of the season. Furthermore, Atletico Madrid and Bayern Munich are also interested in the player. The player is currently on a loan to Inter Milan. However, he is set to return to Chelsea by the end of the season. Romelu Lukaku joined the Blues back in 2021 for a second spell at Stamford Bridge. However, things did not end well this time around as well. He have since joined Inter Milan on a loan deal. Now new reports claim that Premier League rival Newcastle are also interested in signing the player.
Romelu Lukaku could join Newcastle United after coming back from the loan deal
According to reports Newcastle United have shown interest in signing Romelu Lukaku. And they can end up signing the player after he returns to Stamford Bridge. If Newcastle qualifies for the Champions League and the Blues fail to do so. Lukaku is most likely to part ways with the Blues. However, when Romelu Lukaku was sent to Inter, Graham Potter was not the manager then. It could be possible that Potter have plans for Lukaku at Stamford Bridge. So, Graham Potter could reintegrate him in his current squad. However, if Newcastle manages to qualify for the Champions League, they could end up looking more appealing to him. Lukaku could end up choosing them over Chelsea. He had joined the Blues in hopes of redeeming himself. But things did not turn the Belgium player’s way this time around as well. The player failed to impress the Blues fans the second time around.
This led to him being sent on a loan deal to Inter Milan. So, it would be interesting to see his next plans after returning to Chelsea. Romelu Lukaku can very well join the Magpies if he deems it fit for him. Newcastle have started a grand project. And someone like Lukaku with his experience in European football will only help them to be better.
For more sports-related updates, follow us on Twitter