Tottenham striker Harry Kane has issued a warning to Everton's Romelu Lukaku, saying he has one eye on the Belgian's tally and wants to be the Premier League's top scorer.
Tottenham star Kane won the award last season but is now trailing Everton striker Lukaku by four goals. Lukaku has scored 86 goals in addition to providing 29 assists in 161 appearances for the Toffees.
Everton may rather Lukaku join United, but it seems the player prefers to re-join Chelsea.
According to The Sun, Lukaku has told his friends that he is interested in returning to Stamford Bridge in the summer transfer window.
Meanwhile, Chelsea also have the future of their star striker mired in a lot of uncertainty.
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Transfer rumours have sent him all around Europe, with clubs such as Manchester United, Paris Saint-Germain and even his former club, now managed by Antonio Conte, said to be very keen on his services. The Merseyside club see Lukaku as the ideal player to build their team around by recruiting heavily in the summer.
Everton are reported to have slapped a massive £100million price tag on the head of Romelu Lukaku following interest from Chelsea.
Lukaku, initially unhappy at the snubbed bid, spoke to new Everton manager Ronald Koeman in late August to reaffirm his commitment to the club, perhaps aware that Moshiri was not going to change his mind.
With the 23-year-old seeking a move to a Champions League side, Chelsea and Manchester United are vying for his services.