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Lukaku - Easy decision

Romelu Lukaku insists that it was an easy decision for him to move to Everton, insisting Chelsea was not the 'right' place for him.

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crow says...

@Sterry, because Chelsea do not play with 11 kids please don't think Chelsea do not develop young players. Last season you could have had near on two teams of young talent, they go on loan or play in the reserves, Jose promotes them when he sees fit. Lukaku would be in the 1st team this season but apparently he doesn't want the competition. I could list these young players for you but frankly I can't be arsed go to the official CFCS website and look for loan players.

Posted 1:53pm 9th August 2014

jsp1000 (Chelsea) says...

Sterry....Jose said publicly that Shaws wage demands were obscene for such a young and unproven Player.....And Lukaku feels it's beneath him to fight for a place in the Team,despite the fact every other player in the Squad has to.....happy about the decisions on both players !!!

Posted 1:11pm 6th August 2014

sterry (Manchester United) says...

Nothing wrong with a young player wanting to play and improve not sure why people are having a pop at him its mourinho that should be the worry doesnt seem to be able to develop young players he buys players at their peak and replaces them 3 years later could have had shaw if he wanted but went for luis instead

Posted 10:17am 4th August 2014

crow says...

More like he wanted to go to Everton so he didn't feel under pressure which is fair enough but if Everton sign another striker for whatever reason then you might hear him say Everton isn't the right place for him, lol.

Posted 3:56am 4th August 2014

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