Romelu Lukaku Next Club: Latest transfer odds for Chelsea and Belgium striker

Romelu Lukaku is expected to be on the move yet again this summer, with the Chelsea striker seemingly never settling in one place.

The Belgian international spent last season on loan from the Blues at Serie A club Inter Milan, but it looks increasingly like the Italian giants do not want to re-sign him in the coming weeks.

Lukaku spent two years at the San Siro club before his return to Chelsea, which followed a two-year spell at Manchester United.

Prior to that, it was his displays in his home country at Anderlecht that led to a switch to England and Premier League giants Chelsea in the first place, only for the West London club to loan him out on a handful of occasions before his permanent exit.

Now 30, the striker looks set on yet another transfer, but his final destination remains uncertain.

As per OddsChecker, below are the latest odds for which club the Belgian forward will be playing at by the end of the summer transfer window.

Lukaku next club odds

Juventus – 4/6

Serie A outfit Juventus are reportedly leading the way in the chase to sign the striker this summer, with transfer specialist Fabrizio Romano reporting that the parties have an agreement in place over a three-year deal, with the option of a further season.

The move would represent a return to the Italian top flight for Lukaku, who boasts a stunning record there thanks to his 57 goals from his 97 Inter Milan appearances in the league.

Any Saudi Pro League club – 5/2

There is, however, seemingly an open door for the Belgian to follow the crowd this summer and make the switch to the Saudi Pro League, which has already snapped up some of the best players in world football.

The league would no doubt welcome Lukaku with open arms, but it seems that the striker is keen to continue his career in Europe for now, a decision that goes strongly against the flow in terms of the current summer transfer window.

World-class attackers Cristiano Ronaldo, Karim Benzema, Sadio Mane, Riyad Mahrez and others have all made the move to Saudi in recent times.

Stay at Chelsea – 9/1

It seems highly unlikely, but there is a chance that the Belgian will still be a Chelsea player by the time the summer transfer window closes.

Blues boss Mauricio Pochettino is rapidly cutting down his squad to an ideal size as the new season approaches, and it looks increasingly likely that Lukaku will follow the likes of Mason Mount, Kai Havertz, Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang, Edouard Mendy, N’Golo Kante and others out the exit door.


Will Lukaku end Chelsea nightmare?

Lukaku has long been associated with the Stamford Bridge side, having been at Chelsea on two different spells.

But his time at the West London outfit represents the most unsuccessful in his entire career in terms of goals, with Lukaku scoring just 15 times from his 59 appearances.

In stark contrast, the forward banged in 42 goals from his 96 Manchester United matches for example, and 41 goals from his 98 Anderlecht matches.