Romelu Lukaku has been loaned out twice by Chelsea in consecutive seasons and each time he has proven he has got what it takes to be successful in the premier league.
He scored an impressive 17 goals for West Brom and 15 goals for Everton showing that it was not a one off; he can consistently score goals in the premier league.
Surely he deserves a chance at Chelsea seen as he’s proven himself twice already at two different clubs. Chelsea paid £10million for Lukaku rising to £17million with add-ons.
Are they really going to let that go to waste and not even give him a chance at the bridge?
Currently Chelsea have four strikers at the moment including Diego Costa, Didier Drogba, Fernando Torres and of course Romelu Lukaku.
Torres hasn’t lived up to his £50million price tag and so far has been poor for Chelsea.
Drogba at the grand age of 36 surely won’t be as prolific as he used to be and will probably be a super sub for the blues.
Costa is most likely to be Chelsea’s number one striker after they paid £32million at the end of last season.
This leaves an opportunity for Lukaku to show his worth and be a catalyst in Mourinho’s team.
With the amount of games Chelsea play; Lukaku will surely be given the opportunity to stake a claim for a first team place.
Last season Mourinho was moaning about the lack of striking options they have, this season they have them in abundance, so why not use them.
There really is no need to get rid of Lukaku without giving him the chance to shine in the Chelsea team.
Lukaku has been linked with a move to Everton after already playing for them last season on loan.
It would obviously be a fantastic signing for Everton giving them the strike force to have a chance of finishing in the top four.
However, if Chelsea get rid of him it would be a terrible decision and a waste of a signing.
If Lukaku can do so well in teams such as, West Brom and Everton, surely he would thrive at Chelsea especially with the amount of service he would receive from players such as, Oscar, Fabregas and Hazard.
He definitely deserves a chance to prove himself at Stamford Bridge.