Everton striker Romelu Lukaku is reportedly "torn" between signing for Manchester United or rejoining Chelsea this summer because of concerns over the work rate demanded by Blues manager Antonio Conte.
Everton forward Romelu Lukaku takes to social media to hit out at transfer rumours linking him with a transfer away from the Toffees.
Lukaku, who tops the Premier League scoring charts with 24 goals, is attracting interest from Manchester United and Chelsea.
Despite appearing to fuel the rumour mill earlier this year by indicating he would not sign a contract extension at Goodison Park, Lukaku, who is the leading scorer in the Premier League this season with 24 goals, says he has grown exhausted of speculation surrounding his future.
However, Sir Alex Ferguson's former assistant, Rene Muelensteen, doesn't believe Lukaku fits the bill.
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'Don't get me wrong, Lukaku has obviously had a fantastic season and he is a goalscorer, ' Muelensteen, 53, told talkSPORT.
The Sun reports that Lukaku is keen to leave Goodison Park for a side that plays in the Champions League, potentially setting up a crucial summer for Everton as they could have to replace their talisman.
"What he needs to develop definitely is his game on the ball, in terms of quick combinations with his team-mates".
"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".
Everton are being linked with a £9 million move for Italian striker Diego Falcinelli this summer, with The Sun stating that Toffees are weighing up an attempt to bring the 25-year-old to the Premier League.