Romelu Lukaku is expected to be there live in the Sky Sports Premier League for Chelsea against Arsenal on Sunday.
Lukaku will train with his Chelsea teammates for the first time after a quarantine period on Tuesday after leaving Inter Milan with a record £ 97.5million.
He returned to Chelsea this week, 10 years after first signing for the club as a teenager from Anderlecht.
Struggling to make an impression in his first term – scoring no goal in 15 games – the striker joined Everton in 2014 before joining Inter via Manchester United.
But after two stellar years at Inter and 24 Serie A goals last season that helped them win their first Italian title in 11 years, Lukaku said returning to Chelsea was the “chance of a lifetime”.
He had previously announced that he would stay at San Siro for the 2021-22 season but changed his mind and asked Inter to sell him to Chelsea after it became clear the club wanted to make his return a reality.
Abraham completes medicine before the Roma move
Lukaku’s arrival opened the door to Chelsea striker Tammy Abraham to join Jose Mourinho’s Roma.
He underwent a medical exam on Sunday before a £ 34 million move.
Talks developed positively after Roma managing director Tiago Pinto met the striker in London on Thursday and the Serie A side believe he will be an important part of coach Mourinho’s plans.
Abraham is expected to sign a five year contract worth £ 4 million a year after tax.
Chelsea will have a € 80 million buyback option on the 23-year-old that can be triggered in the summer of 2023.
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