1. How Lukaku went from Thomas Tuchel's dream jigsaw piece to the Premier League's biggest ever flop  Daily Mail
  2. Torres, Higuain and now Lukaku - The curse of the Chelsea No.9 continues  Goal.com
  3. Romelu Lukaku is a joke and Manchester United were right all along: The Treble column  United In Focus - Manchester United FC News
  4. With Romelu Lukaku set to return to Inter Milan, why can't Chelsea find a reliable striker?  Sky Sports
  5. Curse of Chelsea’s number 9 shirt strikes again as flop Lukaku leaves  Gulf News
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Just 10 months and nine days since his dream £97.5million homecoming, the second chapter of Romelu Lukaku's doomed Chelsea story is as good as over ahead of his move back to Inter Milan.Just 10 months and nine days since his dream £97.5million homecoming, the second chapter of Romelu Lukaku's doomed Chelsea story is as good as over ahead of his move back to Inter Milan.

How Lukaku went from Thomas Tuchel's dream jigsaw piece to the Premier League's biggest ever flop | Daily Mail Online

Romelu Lukaku looks set to return to Inter Milan less than a year after joining Chelsea for a club-record fee; striker joins Andriy Shevchenko, Fernando Torres and Alvaro Morata as forwards whose performances have failed to match their reputation after joining the BluesRomelu Lukaku looks set to return to Inter Milan less than a year after joining Chelsea for a club-record fee; striker joins Andriy Shevchenko, Fernando Torres and Alvaro Morata as forwards whose performances have failed to match their reputation after joining the Blues

With Romelu Lukaku set to return to Inter Milan, why can't Chelsea find a reliable striker? | Football News | Sky Sports

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The Treble column: We tried to warn Chelsea, we really did. It would be wrong to say we take no pleasure in Romelu Lukaku flopping terribly.The Treble column: We tried to warn Chelsea, we really did. It would be wrong to say we take no pleasure in Romelu Lukaku flopping terribly.

Romelu Lukaku is a joke and Manchester United were right all along