Koeman Will Not Luk Back In Anger

There has been an on going story linking Romelu Lakuku with a move this coming summer. The big Belgian has been in great form for the toffees again this season having currently netted 23 Premier League goals. Contract talks have reportedly broken down with the striker constantly being linked with a move back to former club ChelseaManchester United have also been strongly linked. Now Everton boss Ronald Koeman has likened losing him to his playing days when Ruud Gullit moved to A.C. Milan.

Everton manager Ronald Koeman has reassured the club’s fans that losing Romelu Lukaku to Chelsea in the summer transfer window will not necessarily be the end of the world.      The Dutchman explained that in his playing days, everyone panicked when Ruud Gullit left PSV for AC Milan, but it turned out to spark a real period of success for the club.The Metro 

Other Transfer snippets 

Neymar has been encouraged by his father to leave Barcelona for Manchester United, according to reports. Talksport

Manchester United and Liverpool have made enquiries for Chelsea target Tiemoue Bakayoko.The Monaco midfielder is expected to move to Stamford Bridge as the Premier League champions prepare a £40million offer for the 22-year-old. Daily Mail

James Rodriguez has changed his profile picture on Instagram from himself in a Real Madrid shirt to that of the Colombian national team, fuelling speculation over his future.The 25-year-old had recently been linked with Manchester United amid struggles to break into the Real Madrid team on a regular basis, though there were also claims that Jose Mourinho was prioritising two other targets ahead of him. The Metro


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