Lukaku linked with Chelsea return, Torres eyed, Tomori stance, three players to leave on free transfer

Inter 2-0 Udinese - Lukaku's brace lift Inter in second spot

Lukaku on the radar as Haaland alternative

Chelsea are reportedly considering Inter striker Romelu Lukaku as an alternative for their summer target Erling Haaland.

Dortmund have nearly poured cold water in Chelsea’s pursuit after labelling a £150m price tag for Haaland.

The Blues are looking to strengthen their front line in the upcoming transfer window and one of their objectives turns out to be signing a striker.

Lukaku, who had represented the Blues before, has been in red hot form ever since moving to the San Siro and his presence has also helped Inter Milan to be at the top of the Serie A table this season.

Chelsea keeping tabs on Pau Torres

Chelsea are reportedly keeping tabs on Villarreal centre-back Pau Torres, who is also a top target for Manchester United.

The Blues want to add a central defender to their squad this summer whilst Torres is also open to playing in the Premier League.

Milan hoping for a permanent Tomori deal

AC Milan will try their best to sign Fikayo Tomori permanently, according to their chief Franco Baresi.

“We will do everything possible to sign him on a permanent deal. Two months are remaining until the end of the season, and it’s not only up to Milan.

“Tomori is imposing himself with talent and determination. He has shown no fear playing in a new league. He can potentially become a great champion. I hope he lives up to expectations.”

Silva, Giroud and Caballero could leave on a free transfer

The trio of Oliver Giroud, Thiago Silva and Willy Caballero have their contract expiring this summer. 

Although Silva is said to be in line for a one-year extension, Giroud and Caballero are facing an uncertain future at Stamford Bridge.