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EVERTON, Koeman: "We'll do our best to keep LUKAKU, but it's up to him"

19.03.2017 18.04 by Claudio Colla  read 865
Source: BBC
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Asked about Belgian international striker Romelu Lukaku (23) probably leaving Everton, since not accepting the new contract offered him by Toffees, after four seasons, Goodison Park side manager, Ronald Koeman, stated:: "You need to have hope in life. The fans love Romelu Lukaku, everyone does. Are you surprised about this? He is a professional, and every professional gives the best for the club, the players, for everybody. Of course we like to keep best players, and we will do our best to keep these players. But the final decision will be up to the player himself". Lukaku has been linked to several clubs, especially Manchester United and Paris Saint-Germain, as well as to a possible Chelsea comeback.

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