Lukaku’s impressive season has put him on the radar of the top clubs in the English Premier League and interest from abroad. With two years left on his contract, Everton, his present club, will work hard to either get him to sign a contract extension or get the best price for him. Only top money for Romelu Lukaku will give Everton enough resources to fill this impressive striker’s boots should he leave.

The 24-year-old Belgian International has become Everton’s prized asset after a season where he has scored 24 goals, 3 more than England International Harry Kane.

Romelu Lukaku joined Everton when Roberto Martinez was the manager. He joined Everton for 30 million in 2014. That ended a 4 year relationship with Chelsea, the club he had joined in the 2011/12 season from Anderlecht for 18 million.

Lukaku transfer back to Chelsea

It may be strange to readers that Chelsea wants to sign him back. However, Antonio Conte has spoken to the media of how much he admires the striker and how he wants to bring him back to Stamford Bridge. If the transfer goes through, they will have to break the club signing record of 50 million. They paid that for Fernando Torres when he joined from Liverpool, for Romelu Lukaku they will need to pay closer to 70 million according to different sources.

Sources report he’s been in contact with fellow Belgian and Chelsea goalkeeper Thibaut Courtois regarding life at Stamford Bridge. The newly crowned champions will need someone with the strike rate of Lukaku to help them next season with speculation that Diego Costa could be leaving.

Lukaku transfer to Man Utd

There have been other rumours that Lukaku may prefer to remain in the North West opting to link up with #Jose Mourinho at Manchester United.

The agent that Romelu Lukaku uses is the same as other top earners at Old Trafford. Paul Pogba and Mikhitarian may be the leverages that Mourinho needs to get this transfer done early.

It may come as a surprise to hear this rumour as Jose Mourinho who was the manager of Chelsea when Lukaku were on their books. Mourinho questioned Lukaku’s mentality and thus gave the green light for Everton to buy him in 2014.

Years on, possibly Jose Mourinho has realised his poor judgement of Romelu Lukaku. Now, he needs him as a possible replacement to Wayne Rooney. Mourinho and Manchester United will want to make a strong challenge for the Premier League title and the Champions League should they beat Ajax in the Europa League final later this month. Lukaku may be just what Mourinho needs.

Lukaku transfer to Real Madrid

The rumours regarding Real Madrid potential interest in the young Belgian International seem to have gone cold. However, it’s likely Lukaku will finish the season as the Premier Leagues' top goal scorer. So, it won’t take much to reignite the Spanish giant's interest.

Lukaku stays at Everton

As Everton come to the end of what many have seen as a season stepping forward in the right direction, the blue side of Liverpool will hope he stays.

There is as much transfer speculation flying around regards Ross Barkley. Ronald Koeman has explained to the media he wants these transfer speculations sorted out as soon as possible. Who can blame him? Koeman will need to work hard to replace the likes of Lukaku and Barkley should they go to other clubs.

No one knows where Romelu Lukaku will be at the start of the 2017 season? What we know is the transfer rumour, gossip and the speculation surrounding the striker aren't going to go away anytime soon or until he puts pen to paper. Everton fans will be sitting tight and crossing their fingers he stays.