STEEGENS: Lukaku Gunning For Torres and Drogba

By on August 12, 2011

Anderlecht chief David Steegens has warned Chelsea superstar strikers that Romelu Lukaku is gunning for their place in the team.

Steegens explains the Belgian wonderkid is incredibly ambitious and won’t settle for a place on the bench. He told the Daily Express:

“He will respect everyone there and he is willing to learn. But he will take his chance.

“If he plays instead of Didier Drogba – his hero – or Fernando Torres, he won’t be looking over his shoulder.”

Chelsea and Anderlcht have agreed a fee and Lukaku has undergone a successful medical and is now speaking to the club over personal terms.

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4 Comments

  1. Godwin augustine

    August 12, 2011 at 12:06 pm

    Yes lukaku will take drogba & torres lukaku will play mordan drogba & rorres becose is a great player is strong dan dr & tor thanks up chelsea

  2. obynovich, 9ja

    August 12, 2011 at 12:28 pm

    with no reasonable doubt, luka has come to stay and rule at cfc. Am already his fan. I like his attitud

  3. Prince(CFC fan)

    August 12, 2011 at 12:43 pm

    Wat a pairin it wld b 4 lukaku n torres luka modric@ dia bk in ds system:
    4-1-2-1-2

  4. Gary

    August 12, 2011 at 9:30 pm

    Buying teenagers with limited experience is the way to go for the future, but right now Chelsea needs some ready-made youngsters who are proven at top clubs. Lukaku is a good example; he can play right away, but we need a few more, especially in the winger, right back, and central defence positions. Someone must be phased in to fill John Terry’s shoes this year; and I would volunteer Neven Subotic for that. I am not totally sure that Van De Wiel would be the best option to replace Ferreira or Bosingwa, but I am sure that a replacement is needed. But a top winger is perhaps the most interesting consideration; I think most Chelsea fans are eager to see a player that can make a difference when the opposition parks the metaphoric bus across goal. Here we need a player with the vision and tricks to send defenders the wrong way, and the skill to lay on a perfect pass or attack alone. And here only one name springs to mind and that is Neymar. For all the concerns I and others have about him I still think he would prove to be an extraordinary weapon (He is a striker, winger, and central midfielder). Perhaps Di Matteo was watching him in Germany this week for similar reasons. If I had the money I would go for it.

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