Juventus could launch €30m Romelu Lukaku bid soon

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Didier Drogba sealed his return to Chelsea over the weekend - and that could spell serious trouble for Romelu Lukaku.

Reports in Spain suggest that Juventus will look to pounce on the uncertainty surrounding his future by lodging a bid soon, while newspaper AS say Real Madrid could be interested in the Belgian.

Lukaku's future has been the subject of speculation for some time now, with the likes of Everton, Tottenham and Wolfsburg all linked. It was previously believed that Juventus had been scared off by the asking price put on the striker by Chelsea, however AS say that they are firmly in the hunt and that a €30 million bid could be made soon.

The level of Real Madrid's interest remains unclear at this stage, however Chelsea may well use the opportunity to try and include a player in the deal. They've been linked with both Sami Khedira and Raphael Varane. 

Chelsea transfer gossip

Petr Cech has insisted he won't be forced to leave Stamford Bridge despite the return of Thibaut Courtois (Sky Sports)

Victor Moses is being linked with a move to Aston Villa. He spent last season on loan with Liverpool where he failed to impress (The Telegraph)

Real Sociedad's Antoine Griezmann who is on his way to Atletico Madrid. He was previously linked with Chelsea, as well as Tottenham and Arsenal (The Guardian)

Other gossip

Didier Drogba has been handed the number 15 shirt after his return to Stamford Bridge (Daily Mail)

Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho says it feels as though the Ivorian never left the club, saying he went away for a short holiday before returning home (Daily Mail)

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