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Romelu Lukaku Offered Lucrative Deal in Saudi Pro League

According to reports, Romelu Lukaku’s time at AS Roma may be coming to an end as he is being offered a way out with a lucrative package from Saudi club Al-Hilal.

The Belgian striker has impressed the Saudi Pro League team with his performances this season, and they are prepared to pay him €30 million annually.

Lukaku, who is currently on loan at AS Roma from Chelsea, may be considering a move to Saudi Arabia after his loan spell concludes.

\While he may have previously desired a permanent move to Roma, the departure of manager Jose Mourinho has changed the situation.

Without Mourinho, Lukaku may feel uneasy and consider exploring other options outside of the Serie A team.

Al-Hilal is reportedly eager to secure Lukaku’s services and is willing to offer him a two-year contract worth €30 million annually.

This proposed wage is over three times his Chelsea package and more than three times his current salary.

The idea of leaving European football for the riches of the Saudi league may be tempting for Lukaku.

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It seems that Lukaku’s career at Chelsea is coming to an end, especially considering the strained relationship earlier in the summer.

The Blues have reportedly placed a price tag of €43 million on Lukaku, and they are reluctant to accept any lower offers as it would result in losses for them on the market.

In addition to Al-Hilal’s interest in Lukaku, there are also rumors of Chelsea and Arsenal competing for Victor Osimhen as they search for a new striker.

It remains to be seen where Lukaku will end up next season, but a move to Al-Hilal in the Saudi Pro League could provide him with a lucrative opportunity.

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This article was updated 4 weeks ago

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