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Chelsea are set to re-sign their former star to renovate their strikeforce and inspire them to a Premier League title challenge.

Chelsea are set to re-sign their former star to renovate their strikeforce and inspire them to a Premier League title challenge.

Chelsea are set to re-sign their former star to renovate their strikeforce and inspire them to a Premier League title challenge.

The Blues are set to re-sign Romelu Lukaku this summer as Thomas Tuchel plans a Premier League title challenge.

Chelsea want a new center forward ahead of next summer — with the Inter Milan hitman seen as the most practical target by club recruitment staff.

The newly-crowned European champions have built a fearful defensive record under Tuchel but have scored more than two goals in a game just once in 30 matches under Tuchel.

Remodeling in front of goal will be key if Tuchel is working to go challenge Manchester City for domestic domination next season.

Despite scoring 33 goals in helping Inter win Serie A last season, the Italian club will welcome to offers for Lukaku as they seek to ease economic concerns.

Tuchel has now confirmed he would be interested in signing Harry Kane from Tottenham but a contract for the England captain to join Chelsea seems practically impossible due to the great rivalry between the London clubs.

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Borussia Dortmund striker Erling Haaland is also of interest to the Blues but a move for Lukaku is perceived to be the club’s main focus, with his advisors deemed to be aware of Chelsea’s interest.

Having signed for Chelsea as an 18-year-old in 2011, Lukaku made just one Premier League start for the team before prosperous loan spells at West Bromwich Albion and Everton, who he joined for £28 million in 2014.

Lukaku is now seen as one of Europe’s premier center-forwards and, at 28, is joining his prime. Inter are known to value Lukaku at £100m but Chelsea will be keen to bargain a lower price given Inter’s need to sell.

Chelsea are also targeting a central midfielder and defender ahead of next summer, with West Ham’s Declan Rice a long-term midfield target.

On the probability of adding to his team, Tuchel said:
“Two or three could be very, very good. It’s a constant thing to never deny change.

“Then you always bring new energy, new guys who question the old beliefs, who challenge everybody in the training and in matches. I think it’s a good thing.

“We don’t need a complete turnover because it’s also our job to keep on improving. We have still a young squad that is capable of growing and evolving. But we have some ideas, of course, to make the group stronger.”

There are also set to several exits with Callum Hudson-Odoi among the players whose future is unpredictable as Borussia Dortmund plot to sign the England international.

The Blues academy graduate, who was earlier a target for Bayern Munich, has fallen out of favor following an encouraging start to life under Tuchel.

It remains to be seen if Chelsea are prepared to entertain letting the 20-year-old leave this season.

However, Sportsmail has learned they would be open to considering a deal that included Dortmund’s Jadon Sancho — who is a target for Manchester United — moving to Stamford Bridge.

Tammy Abraham, who was left out of the team for the Champions League final win over City, is also surrendered to leaving the club this season. Fellow striker Olivier Giroud is anticipated to follow him out the club when his deal expires next month.

Central defender Fikayo Tomori is set to join AC Milan on a permanent contract following a prosperous loan spell in Italy, while midfielder Billy Gilmour will be a loan target for a number of Premier League clubs.

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Chelsea are set to re-sign their former star to renovate their strikeforce and inspire them to a Premier League title challenge.

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