PSG to swoop for Chelsea flop Romelu Lukaku after Stamford Bridge disaster

Paris Saint-Germain are reportedly set to swoop for Chelsea flop Romelu Lukaku to rescue him from his nightmare return to Stamford Bridge.

The Blues bought Lukaku for a club-record £98million fee during the summer transfer window in the hope that he could fire them to a Premier League title challenge. But those hopes proved to be misguided with the Belgian struggling since his arrival in London.

He has scored just five goals in the top-flight this campaign and has lost his place in the side to Kai Havertz in recent weeks. Those struggles mean that Chelsea could be open to selling him come the start of the summer window.

If they were looking for a buyer for the striker, But! report that they might find one in PSG. The Ligue 1 giants will be looking to reset ahead of next season after yet another dire failure in the Champions League.

Mauricio Pochettino's men will be looking for a new star striker in the summer, with Kylian Mbappe set to join Real Madrid. The Frenchman's contract expires at the end of the current campaign, with a move to Los Blancos long being predicted.

But if he does leave, PSG will need to find a way to replace the 31 goals he has scored this season, which has fired them back to the top of Ligue 1. It is stated that with other targets proving difficult to bring in, PSG are 'continuing discussions' with Lukaku's agent Mino Raiola.

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Though he has a contract at Chelsea until 2026, Lukaku is ready to leave, with a move to the Parc des Princes 'gaining ground'. The report claims that he could be available at a lower cost in the summer, with Chelsea ready to sanction a loan deal with an option to buy.

Lukaku has never played in the French top-flight, but PSG are already coming to the belief that he could prove to be 'invaluable'. Though the striker himself 'dreams' of returning to Inter Milan, the Serie A side have other priorities, meaning a move to PSG may be his best bet of ending his nightmare Chelsea stay.

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