Romelu Lukaku Rumoured to Have £100 Million Price Tag for Summer Transfer

Hope Soto
April 20, 2017

Chelsea ultimately failed in their attempts to sign Stones, with Everton unhappy at what they perceived as the Blues trying to unsettle their young defender.

The benefits of keeping the 23-year-old Belgium worldwide at Goodison Park are obvious.

He has responded by scoring 25 goals in 34 games in all competitions, topping the Premier League scoring charts and looking on course to win the golden boot.

Lukaku has already stunned Everton by telling them he will not sign a new contract, just hours before he had been due to put pen to paper on a five-year deal last month.

One of the most dominating striking forces in the world now, he has some impressive stats for a player who has yet to hit his peak.

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Lukaku leads the way with 24 goals - four more than Kane - after hitting a purple patch during the Spurs star's recent spell on the sidelines. The striker is the consummate professional and doesn't appear the type to go on strike in order to force through a move.

The Daily Telegraph claims that Chelsea's relationship with Everton has still not fully repaired following John Stones' transfer saga in the summer of 2015.

Man United have two ways of getting back into the Champions League and there's no doubt that Jose Mourinho will have a big advantage in signing new talent should the side qualify ahead of next campaign.

The Toffees hitman has scored 24 goals in the Premier League this season and interest in the Belgium global is thought to be growing.

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