Roman Abramovich, Chelsea’s owner is contemplating putting up the Club’s striker, Romelu Lukaku for sale.
The Russian-Lithuanian-Israeli-Portuguese billionaire businessman still feels downhearted about the manner his record signing revealed his sadness at Chelsea lately, Catalan outlet El Nacional can confirm.
According to the report, the former Manchester United star has appeared Paris Saint-Germain’s target who could be signed to replace Kylian Mbappe.
Mauricio Pochettino’s side are ready to lure the Belgium striker to Parc des Princes for a £75.5m transfer fee.
Meanwhile, the France forward, Mbappe is now in the final year of his lucrative deal at the Red-and-Blues and Mauricio Pochettino’s side are planning to replace him with Lukaku.
Lukaku left Chelsea in 2014 and rejoined the Blues from Simone Inzaghi’s side last summer for a club-record of £97.5million.
Lukaku becomes prominent in the news in recent weeks after allowing his dissatisfaction at Chelsea to go viral via an explosive interview.
His ‘disrespectful’ comments about the situation at Chelsea has earned him a punishment of being dropped from Chelsea squad against Liverpool.
However, the 28-year-old has tendered apology to the Blues’ fans on social media after which he played in Chelsea 2-2 tie against Tottenham before scoring in side’s 5-1 victory over Chesterfield in the FA Cup on Sunday.