Tuchel prefer a striker with 344 goals to Lukaku, according to a report

This summer, Chelsea manager Thomas Tuchel may decide to part ways with Romelu Lukaku.

Lukaku, who cost Chelsea a club-record £97.5 million to sign, never quite lived up to his potential for the rest of the season.

According to reports, Chelsea is considering selling Lukaku back to Inter Milan this summer.

Chelsea has been linked with a move for veteran striker Robert Lewandowski.

Many of Europe’s top clubs are vying for Lewandowski’s signing after he declared his departure from Bayern Munich at the conclusion of the season.

According to Paul Brown of the Daily Star, Chelsea manager Thomas Tuchel preferred Lewandowski to Lukaku last summer.

Over the last decade, Lewandowski has established himself as one of the top attackers in the world, with 344 goals in eight seasons for Barcelona.

“I’m quite confident Tuchel wanted Lewandowski more than he ever wanted Lukaku when Lukaku joined, so he’s certainly a guy they’d be interested in,” Paul Brown told GIVEMESPORT.

“However, he, like Raphinha, has already made up his mind to move somewhere else, so it may be too late to enter that market now.”

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