Manchester United have in agreement a fee of about Euro 75 with Everton for athlete Romelu Lukaku, and senior club origin has told the BBC. Belgium international 24-year old scored Premier League goals last season. The Manchester Evening News claims Lukaku was, in fact, Mourinho’s primary target all along. Over the last two weeks, it became manifest that he was not born in Chelsea, leaving United to make the owners move. It is claimed the recent improvements on Lukaku’s failed move to Chelsea has been the mental faculty for talks stall in Morata’s planned transfer.
United, who have been chasing Lukaku for most of the summer. He will not now be showing their interest in Real Madrid’s Alvaro Morata. The most for an Everton player since Gary Lineker in 1986. He looks oriented for the top and now aspect to have his pick between Chelsea and United.
The United States believe they have united a fee for Lukaku, but Chelsea is still optimistic of a deal. Everton now denies a deal has been done for Lukaku in its place it emerging that United have also agreed on a Euro 57m fee.
He has emerged as United’s top rated with the pursuit of Alvaro Morata apparently over. However, Chelsea still thinks the striker will be head to Stamford Bridge while Everton is assertion nothing has been united. Jose Mourinho’s side is optimistic of completing a deal in time for Lukaku to come to join the squad before they leave for a pre-season tour to the US. The Striker was on a list of forwarding derivative instrument Mourinho give to enforcement vice-chairman Ed Woodward before the end of last season. It had been cognitive content Lukaku would come back to his former club Chelsea, who he joined from Anderlecht in 2011.
He is a customer of agent Mino Raiola that search after Paul Pogba, Henrikh Mkhitaryan, and Zlatan Ibrahimovic, three players all signed by the US at last summer. Everton’s history in March and later said:
“I don’t want to stay at the same level. I want to improve and I know where I want to do that.”
Mourinho & Lukaku – In Quotes
“Everyone says it is Mourinho’s fault, but it is not his fault because I made the decision [to leave Chelsea]. I went to his office to ask if I could go.”
“I signed the deal with Everton at 11 o’clock, and the first text message I got on my old BlackBerry was from Mourinho saying: ‘Good luck, do your best, and I will see you next season.’ He was the first. Nobody knows that, and that is why for me he gets immense respect.”
Mourinho on Lukaku expressing surprise he was released by Chelsea to join Everton on loan in 2013:
“Romelu likes to speak. He’s a young boy who likes to speak. But the only thing he didn’t say is why he went to Everton on loan. That’s the only thing he never says. And my last contact with him was to tell him exactly that – ‘why do you never say why you are not here?’”
Mourinho on selling Lukaku to Everton:
“Romelu was always very clear with us with his mentality, and his approach was not highly motivated to come to a competitive situation with Chelsea.”
“He wanted to play for Chelsea, but he wanted to be the first-choice turnout – but for a club of our dimension it is complicated to promise to a player. That reduced, immediately, his desire to come to us.”
“After that, Everton came in with an outstanding offer. As I always say – because it’s the reality – our club wants to do things really well. We want always to be inside of the rules. Financial Fair Play is something that is always in the thoughts of Chelsea’s board.”
Top Five World Record Transfers
£89m – Paul Pogba. Juventus to Manchester United, 2016
£86m – Gareth Bale. Tottenham to Real Madrid, 2013
£80m – Cristiano Ronaldo. Manchester United to Real Madrid, 2009
£75.3m – Gonzalo Higuain. Napoli to Juventus, 2016
£75m – Luis Suarez. Liverpool to Barcelona, 2014
Top Five British Transfers
£50m – Fernando Torres. Liverpool to Chelsea, 2011 £47.5m – John Stones – Everton to Manchester City, 2016
£44m – Raheem Sterling. Liverpool to Manchester City, 2015
£37.1m – Juan Mata. Chelsea to Manchester United, 2014
£35m – Andy Carroll – Newcastle to Liverpool, 20011.