Chelsea told sign prolific 23-year-old striker ahead of Romelu Lukaku

Doug Mendoza
June 20, 2017

"If you are giving me the option to buy either one of those players, I'd take Kane every single day of the week over Lukaku", Cundy told talkSPORT.

Despite previous reports of Everton striker Romelu Lukaku moving to German giants Bayern Munich, it looks like Chelsea will re-sign the Belgian worldwide.

He informed last season's top scorer Diego Costa earlier this month via text that the hitman no longer features in his plans.

The Blues will face competition from the likes of Manchester United for Lukaku's signature, with Jose Mourinho looking to reunite with the Belgian after selling him during his time at Stamford Bridge.

Celtic would prefer to keep Dembele in Scotland for at least another season although they would find it nearly impossible to turn down £30m given they paid Fulham just £400,000 for the player 12 months ago.

However Cole is unsure over Morata's suitability at Chelsea because he's never played in the Premier League.

"I don't know his character so it is hard to say [whether the comeback could affect him]".

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The media outlet claims the two Premier League sides have joined the race for the talented youngster with the likes of Chelsea and AC Milan also having shown significant interest in the past.

The player has two years remaining on his contract, and for once, the Merseyside club do not need the money to fund other transfers. He is younger [than Costa], that's in his favour'.

Everton are aware of the Belgian's desire but their £100m valuation of Lukaku is said to be a worry for Chelsea and could be hindrance in potential negotiations between the clubs.

'Sergio Aguero is in his prime, Alexis Sanchez is in his prime, ' Cole added.

"Harry Kane is twice the player Lukaku is - based on my eyes, based on my knowledge, based on what I see".

However, Chelsea owner, Roman Abramovich, won't meet Everton's asking-price for the player they sold to the Toffees for £28 million three years ago.

The Independent reports the Blues are set to land the Belgian worldwide, having failed to land the striker last summer.

Other reports by GizPress

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