Does this mean the young Belgian is going to be fantasy-relevant this season? West Brom just signed Markus Rosenburg and have Shane Long, Simon Cox, and Peter Odemwingie on the books. Odemwingie will likely be a regular on the right wing, thus devaluing him for fantasy purposes. Will Rosenburg and Lukaku be fighting for a lone striker role, or might the new manager, Steve Clarke, opt for two up front? We'll have to see, but it's always nice to have new, and in the case of the Y! game, cheap-as-chips, options on the table.
We'll have to wait and see what "We Ain't Got No History" thinks of this move. But with only Fernando Torres as an out-an-out striker at the Bridge... does this mean that the Blues are even more committed to Torres, or as in Neal's dreamland, that they're going to turn Eden Hazard into a Messi-like false-nine?