Lukaku: I Have Already Subscribed To Chelsea And Man United’s TV Channels

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Everton superstar Romelu Lukaku has revealed that he has already subscribed to the TV channels of some of his biggest suitors.

Lukaku is all set to part ways with the Goodison Park outfit this summer, as he has already expressed his desire to play for some of the biggest clubs in Europe that regularly compete for the UEFA Champions League trophy.

The Belgian international has refused to sign the new contract offered by Everton, but the Toffees are still adamant to keep hold of their prized asset, and have therefore set a mammoth £100m price tag on the 23-year-old, who currently tops the Premier League goalscoring charts with 24 strikes to his name.

However, with powerhouses like Chelsea and Manchester United rumoured to be interested in securing Lukaku’s services, the huge price tag may not hinder these clubs in this transfer pursuit, given the enormous financial resources they possess.

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And if these interested parties ever needed a boost in their race for Lukaku’s signature, the player himself has dropped a transfer hint as to where he intends to play football next season, by specifically speaking about the two aforementioned clubs, along with La Liga giants Real Madrid, in his latest interview.

Speaking to Belgian outlet Sport, the talented forward revealed: “I can never have enough of football. I eat it from the moment I wake up until I go to sleep.

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“I’m subscribed to everything you can think of: Chelsea TV, Manchester United TV, Real Madrid TV. I want to know everything about how these guys train and live their everyday lives.”

Both Antonio Conte and Jose Mourinho are already believed to have Romelu Lukaku on their radar, and if one of these two bosses go on and successfully sign the striker in the upcoming summer transfer window, the young Belgian will get to train with world-class players and actually live their lives instead of watching them on his television set.


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