Everton forward Romelu Lukaku takes to social media to hit out at transfer rumours linking him with a transfer away from the Toffees.
With both Chelsea and United reportedly interested, The Sun note that the Belgian global could snub his former club as he has his concerns over how he would fit in at Stamford Bridge with regards to Antonio Conte's style of play.
Romelu Lukaku has told the media to "stay out of my business" after the latest newspaper speculation over his Everton future.
This claim seems freaky considering Lukaku has said in the past that he feels he has unfinished business at Chelsea, and in addition, the manager who sold him from the Stamford Bridge club was Jose Mourinho who is now in charge at Old Trafford.
However, Sir Alex Ferguson's former assistant, Rene Muelensteen, doesn't believe Lukaku fits the bill.More news: Kerala SSLC Class 10 Results 2017
Lukaku is the Premier League's top scorer with 24 goals - and six assists - this season, and will surely be targeted by a number of top teams if he pushes for an exit from Goodison Park this summer.
"What he needs to develop definitely is his game on the ball, in terms of quick combinations with his team-mates".
Muelensteen added: 'But if you play at the highest level, your finesse on the ball in the final third, your decision making has to be absolutely spot on.
Chelsea will likely finish the year as champions and will return to the Champions League, although things look a little trickier for United which could yet have an impact on their summer business.