Tottenham should look to bring Lukaku to north London as a Harry Kane replacement.
Dwight Yorke has urged Manchester United and Tottenham to bring Romelu Lukaku into their setup. The Chelsea striker is finding a new club as the Blues don’t consider him in the XI.
Lukaku’s future remains uncertain and Chelsea are keen to sell the striker. Currently, Inter Milan and Juventus are linked with moves.
The 30-year-old had earlier played for United and then he moved to Inter Milan. Yorke has suggested Tottenham should look to bring Lukaku to north London as a Harry Kane replacement.
“Romelu Lukaku is absolutely still good enough to play for a top-six club,” Yorke told OLBG.
“I think Man United or Tottenham should take Lukaku on a short-term loan deal and agree to pay a certain amount of his wages. As much as people say about Lukaku, he has a very impressive goalscoring record and he doesn’t get as much credit as he deserves.
“If you have a fired-up Lukaku who wants to play for you, he’s a match-winner and a handful for any opponent in the world. If you want to compete with the best then Lukaku is that player who can score 15 to 20 goals in a season, which is priceless and hard to find in today’s game.”
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