It is not often that a player makes the return to one of his former clubs. However, this season could see the end to that buck. Paul Pogba has now broken the world transfer record to move back to his former club Manchester United, from Juventus. It seems like massively overpaid training in hindsight. It
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Everton’s Romelu Lukaku, Gerard Deulofeu and Ross Barkley have been in excellent form for the Toffees this term. Could Roberto Martinez’s terrific trio fire the club into the European places come the end of the season? Seasons to remember All three of Everton’s stars have had season’s to remember thus far. Ross Barkley, now
After Romelu Lukaku’s successes with West Bromwich Albion last season, many expected him to play an increased role at Stamford Bridge this season, under the reinstated Jose Mourinho. The signs were good during pre-season with the Belgian getting a fair amount of game-time and looking ready for the coming season. However, rumours started to circulate
Around this time last year, many Chelsea fans were scratching their heads thinking “why pay 20 odd million pounds for a player who is sitting on the bench” in reference to Romelu Lukaku. Now, many of the same Chelsea fans are desperate for him to return. Lukaku’s loan move to West Bromwich Albion has worked
He’s not dubbed ‘the next Drogba’ for nothing. Romelu Lukaku is perhaps the rawest of talents in the Premier League and has a big future ahead of him. A strong part of the recent Belgian revolution in the English top-flight, the 19-year-old striker joined the Albion in early August on a loan deal from Chelsea.