Graham Potter makes final decision on bringing Chelsea loanee back to Stamford Bridge.
Chelsea manager, Graham Potter is keen on the decision to bring back club loanee, Romelu Lukaku back to Stamford Bridge because he is part of his future plan in London.
Lukaku completed his dream return to Inter Milan this summer after a turbulent campaign at Chelsea last season.
The 29-year-old, who struggled to win the favour of former Chelsea coach Thomas Tuchel, is said to be keen on a permanent deal at Inter Milan beyond his season-long loan spell.
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But the loan agreement does not include an option or obligation to buy next summer.
While the arrival of Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang to Chelsea on deadline day filled a void in attack at the west London club, Potter is keen not to close the door on Lukaku’s Chelsea career just yet, according to ESPN.
Potter is open to holding talks with the Belgium international in a bid to revive his career, should he be interested in a return to the Blues.
Lukaku, a former Manchester United and Everton star, remains under contract at Chelsea until 2026.