Former Chelsea coach sees Blues succeed again on one condition: ‘Lukaku must reflect’

Former Chelsea coach Glenn Hoddle (1993-1996) was annoyed by Romelu Lukaku’s behavior at Chelsea.

With a very sluggish streak of appearances and substitutions (5 goals in 20 Premier League games), Romelu Lukaku has lost credit with many individuals in England. Also with Glenn Hoddle.

“If Chelsea want to win the Champions League and FA Cup + finish in the top 4, Lukaku has to stay. Substitutes of his caliber should be able to influence the game but at the moment he has no influence when he has to stand in front of the mirror and say to themselves>”, said the Englishman.

“Otherwise Tuchel wouldn’t have signed him,” Hoddle continued. “He can make the difference in a few minutes against Real in the Champions League. That would be the only way for him to have a chance in the starting place again. And if he’s thinking about a transfer next summer, he’ll be looking forward. mirror. have to stand and think if he gets the best of himself,” was a firm decision.

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