Manchester United watching Romelu Lukaku's situation at Everton

Manchester United watching Romelu Lukaku's situation at Everton

Manchester United watching Romelu Lukaku's situation at Everton

Romelu Lukaku will not sign a new Everton contract unless there is an "escape clause" allowing him to join a big club, according to reports in Belgium.

Lukaku has supposedly turned down the most lucrative contract offer in the club's history, worth £140,000 a week. "Talks are ongoing. He will sign".

Everton paid a lot of money to Chelsea and they won't sell the Belgian striker for less money.

Everton have dismissed suggestions star striker Romelu Lukaku will leave Goodison Park at the end of the current season.

Lukaku informed the Blues' hierarchy that he had no plans to commit to a proposed five-year deal despite repeated pledges from agent Mino Raiola.

Talks between Everton and Lukaku regarding a new contract worth £140,000-a-week broke down on Tuesday (14 March), with the Belgian worldwide once again stating his desire to play Champions League football.

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Conte did not get much of a say in last summer's deals but has still managed to work wonders with the likes of Marcos Alonso, David Luiz and N'Golo Kante.

The Lyon attacker joins Dembele among Europe's elite goalscorers this season, and Everton will need that type of firepower in Lukaku's absence.

Despite not enjoying a good relationship with Mourinho during their time at Chelsea, Lukaku might be looking to join his mate Paul Pogba at Theatre of Dreams.

"If you want to become one of the best world players - if you look at the like of Messi, Ronaldo, Thierry Henry - they were players who were constantly improving, constantly getting better".

Chelsea have been linked with a move for their former player, while Manchester United are also reported to be interested.

Recently Lukaku hinted that he needs Champions League football to be taken seriously as a world-class striker.

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