Former Inter Milan striker, Romelu Lukaku has sent a clear message to Thomas Tuchel that he hate his poacher’s role at Chelsea.
Lukaku, who cost Chelsea the sum of £97m, was signed by Chelsea to be Thomas Tuchel first official signing since he took over the job from Frank Lampard last season.
Lukaku was brought in as the missing piece in Chelsea puzzle having previously attempted to send a striker of great quality but to no avail.
Lukaku, who was signed from Inter Milan following an impressive season where he contributed largely to the team’s success last season, as they ended up winning the Italian Serie A.
Thomas Tuchel and Chelsea has seen how impressive and potent Lukaku can be, having seen him scored four goals in his first four game of the season in all competition.
However, recently, Lukaku has not been able to score and could only register two shot on target despite playing the full 90 minutes in his last two games for Chelsea.
Lukaku draught seems to be an effects of how the Belgian has been used by Chelsea this season.
Lukaku has now voiced out his complain and has insisted that he “hates it” when he is labelled as a goal poacher. Speaking in an interview recently, Lukaku admitted that he is at his best when he’s facing towards goal and not just been seen as a target man holding up the ball and being a goal poacher.
Lukaku has further admitted that his biggest strength is that, he is dangerous when facing towards goal as he rarely make wrong choices.
This has come as a clear message to Thomas Tuchel who, barely a week ago received a similar complaint from Antonio Conte the Man Who last managed Lukaku staying Inter Milan, that Chelsea is underutilizing the Belgian striker and are yet to tap into his full strength and potential.
Chelsea and the Premier League In general are on break, however, we will see the full extent of this complain made by Lukaku when the Premier League resume in two weeks time after the international break.
Is Lukaku really underutilized by Thomas Tuchel at Chelsea?