Thomas Tuchel to meet Romelu Lukaku after the Belgian striker was dropped against Liverpool

Romelu Lukaku was dropped by Chelsea FC’s manager Thomas Tuchel against Liverpool after his comments to Sky Italy about how he feels staying at Chelsea. It seems the Belgian striker is not happy in London and wants to go back to Inter according to his interview.

Chelsea FC and Liverpool met at Stamford Bridge on Sunday in the Premier League. Both the teams had to settle for a draw at the end of the 90 minutes. It was a thrilling game which ended with a scoreline of 2-2 as all the goals in this game were scored in the first half. Apart from this match, there were some controversies going on in London. Two days before the game, Chelsea’s striker Romelu Lukaku’s interview with Sky Sports (Italy) was out. In that Interview, he told so many things that hurt Chelsea fans and Chelsea’s manager Thomas Tuchel.

In his interview with Sky Sports (Italy), he expressed his desire to return to the Serie A club Inter Milan. It seems that the Belgian striker is not happy with the situation at Chelsea FC as he thinks the manager is not using him in the right way and not playing him the way he wants. “The boss has decided to play a different formation but I have to stick at it, I’m just not very happy with the situation, but that’s normal,” Romelu Lukaku told Sky Italy.

The Belgian striker strongly wants to head back to Inter. He also gave a message to Lautaro Martinez, who was his striking partner at the Serie A club. He told Lautaro not to leave Inter as the Belgian striker will be back there.

It was reported by Italian journalist Fabrizio Romano on Sunday that, Thomas Tuchel dropped Romelu Lukaku from the squad against Liverpool after watching his interview with Sky Italy. He was not even on the bench for Chelsea on Sunday against the Reds. However, after the match, Tuchel said that he will talk to Romelu Lukaku about his comments.

“We need to speak to him, we need to read the full interview and stay calm and not lose our head. He is our player and will stay our player. We will always protect our player,” Thomas Tuchel told Reuters after the match against Liverpool on Sunday night.


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