Chelsea star Romelu Lukaku has hinted at a possible move to Arsenal and Tottenham to challenge for trophies, Metro reports.

The powerful Belgian’s future with the Blues is still uncertain with the imminent arrival of Diego Costa from Atletico Madrid, which has attracted interest from both the Gunners and Spurs.

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Lukaku had publically stated his desire to not go out on loan for a third time, after his two previous seasons with West Brom and then Everton.

The 21-year-old hopes that next season he will be competing for titles, even if it wasn’t with Jose Mourinho’s side.

“I have a few ideas but we’ll see,” said Lukaku. ‘I have to think about it.

“I want to be somewhere where I can play my best football and hopefully win titles. There are choices to make. Things like that happen in football and I’m confident I will make the right choice.”

Prompted if Lukaku had any time to discuss his future with Chelsea, he replied: “No, not yet. It depends what is the best for me, where the most ambition is and where is the best place for me to do develop as a young player.

“I’m still 21 but I think I’m experienced enough. I’ve played a lot of games and scored a lot of goals, now I want to win titles and be one of the best.”

 

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  • Lampard08
    1 year ago

    He still has two years on his contract with us ,after the Modric fiasco we would not sell Spurs the tea lady ,at no point did Lukaku mention Spurs or Arsenal this article is just “wishful thinking “.Mourinho himself said we will not sell him to another English club ,let alone for 20 when we paid 18 for him . End of story .

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    Joe Brown
    1 year ago

    Any transaction between Jose and Wenger will certainly end in disaster ! The man does not like Wenger. Probably envious of him to say the least !!

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  • Harto
    1 year ago

    He said he wants to win titles: surely that rules out Arsenal and Spurs?

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    • Gooner
      1 year ago

      so FA cup was not a trophy, more like chelsea wining nothing. Cu#t

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      • Yiddo
        1 year ago

        ouch hooked to easy sad sad gooner

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  • Crispy
    1 year ago

    Even as an Arsenal fan , he’s not going to come to us to win ‘titles’ and even less so at those mugs down the road

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