"I Would Want to Move"- Ian Wright on Future of Everton Superstar
08 Мая 2017, 04:09 | Kristine Mills
Everton striker Romelu Lukaku is reportedly set to snub Chelsea this summer in favour of Man Utd as he has his reservations about a return to the Blues.
He has since been linked with clubs including Manchester United and his former side Chelsea, but says the rumour mill has got out of hand.
While former club Chelsea, who originally sold Lukaku to Everton in 2014 for £28 million, are now the favourites for his signature this summer, United are also believed to be interested following Zlatan Ibrahimovic's knee ligament injury.
However, Lukaku has expressed his disapproval with the speculation on Twitter, requesting that the media wait until something has been made official regarding his future before reporting on it.
A move to Old Trafford would perhaps be a more suitable step for Lukaku, but his desire for Champions League football could hinder their chances if they fail to qualify, and he's not prepared to wait another season for it.
Lukaku is the Premier League's top scorer with 24 goals - and six assists - this season, and will surely be targeted by a number of top teams if he pushes for an exit from Goodison Park this summer.
But Muelensteen, who worked at the Theatre of Dreams as Sir Alex Ferguson's No 2, believes Lukaku would "fall short" if he joined the Red Devils. "But at Manchester United you need a few more strings to your bow", Meulensteen told talkSPORT.
"What he needs to develop definitely is his game on the ball, in terms of quick combinations with his teammates".
"But if you play at the highest level, your finesse on the ball in the final third, your decision making has to be absolutely spot on".
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