Calling a current Chelsea player ‘an absolute goal machine’ may sound very odd seeing as until the last couple of games, Chelsea have been massively struggling for goals.
It was the same last season as well with Chelsea unable to score regularly and had no real talisman up top to put the ball in the net.
They signed Nicolas Jackson in the summer and he has certainly been stepping up lately with some goals. But until the last couple of games, there has been concerns whether he is a natural goalscorer or not and whether Chelsea might need more.
Well, they have a goal machine currently out on loan in the shape of Romelu Lukaku, but the problem there is that there is seemingly a mutual feeling that he will never wear a Chelsea shirt again, and rightly so.
And also, former Chelsea player Glen Johnson believes that Lukaku is just not suited for the Premier League either.
As cited by Squawka, Johnson said: “Lukaku is an absolute goal machine, but I just don’t think he was right for the Premier League. He’s obviously so big and strong and a beast in front of goal, but sometimes the game would fly past him a bit.”