Both Premier League clubs want the Belgium striker, 24, to lead their line when the new campaign kicks off in August.
Given Manchester United's pursuit of Antoine Griezmann has all but ended, with Jose Mourinho insisting that the priority is a conventional number nine to plug the gap that an injured Zlatan Ibrahimovic has left, a move to Old Trafford could well be feasible. "The fans love Romelu Lukaku and everyone loves Rom".
'We are in talks with the club.
Romelu Lukaku has chose to join Chelsea and is set to move back to Stamford Bridge in an £80m deal after snubbing interest from Manchester United, according to the Independent. I want to improve, and I know where I want to do that.
"The market will be ruled by the people who buy so if there is a club that needs Lukaku and thinks he is worth £100m, then Everton are right". I don't want to stay at the same level.
"I don't want to stay on the level where I am now".
It is believed that Everton would prefer to do business with Manchester United in regards to the sale of Lukaku, with Ronald Koeman identifying Sergio Romero and Chris Smalling as potential transfer targets during the summer window. I know the competition, and I've nearly reached 100 goals in the league, which is a milestone I want to achieve.
Everton have never been a big-money club but rather buys good players from either middle of the park domestic teams or players lacking for game time at the top.
"What I would like most is to play is in the Champions League and try to win the Premier League once". But where the Belgian striker will be playing his football next season remains a closely guarded secret - for the time being.
"Romelu is a great player so if he decides to go to Chelsea or Chelsea decide to sign him I would be happy to see him in the dressing room in July", he told Sky Sports.