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Lukaku: I know where I'll be next season

Lukaku: I know where I'll be next season”

Lukaku cast his future in doubt last March when he rejected a new contract at Goodison Park, where he has two more years left on his current deal.

The player then went on to say "he knew where he wanted to go" and that his "agent was sorting everything out". I'm staying calm and we have an agreement with the club as well.

It's now a question of which club Lukaku will join, the usual suspects being Chelsea and Manchester United with even Bayern Munich's name being thrown into the fray as of late - though he also stated his ambition to cross the 100-goal mark in the Premier League, which effectively rules out a move overseas.

"I want to play in the Champions League and try to win the Premier League - that would be best of all".

"We are now in talks with the club and I am looking forward".

The Everton striker added: "At the moment the Premier League is the best league for me".

The likelihood of Lukaku returining to Stamford Bridge is far greater than the Belgian reuniting with Mourinho at Manchetser United, but there is the pesky issue of Diego Costa.

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Everton would rather sell Romelu Lukaku to Manchester United instead of Chelsea due to their interest in Chris Smalling and Sergio Romero.

"I think England is a league that suits me well because I already know the style of play".

Everton are said to be in an "exceptionally strong negotiating position" since their recent takeover, but Chelsea will reportedly attempt to bring the asking price down from £100m to £80m.

Besides the Blues, Manchester United, Bayern Munich and Juventus have been credited with showing interest in the Belgium worldwide, whose present contract with Everton runs until 2019. "But I also want the Champions League, the FA Cup and all the other prizes".

A number of Chelsea fans have pointed to today's interview with the Belgian media as a reason for Lukaku deciding to head back to the Blues.

According to British newspaper The Independent, Lukaku has made up his mind to return to Stamford Bridge. I remain calm, ' Lukaku, 24, said.



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