Manchester United Transfer News: Romelu Lukaku could demand world-record fee
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10.20: Everton striker Romelu Lukaku is at the centre of a world record £100million tug of war between Chelsea and Manchester United.
Everton are keen to hang onto their top marksman, who fired home 25 Premier League goals this term.
But Sunday Express understands both United and Chelsea will go after the Belgium international, who could fetch a world-record transfer fee.
9.30: Zlatan Ibrahimovic's agent Mino Raiola admits he does not know if the striker will be back at Manchester United next season.
The 35-year-old suffered knee ligament damage last month that required surgery, and with his one-year contract running out this summer, it remains to be seen if he will return to Old Trafford when he's fully fit.
Raiola told Sky in Italy: "Will he continue at United? I don't know, we will talk soon to sort out the future.
"He will play for one more year, maybe two.
"There have been offers from clubs from many leagues, but he will remain in Europe 100 per cent."
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9am: Express Sport understands Manchester United boss Jose Mourinho is in line to receive a new five-year deal at Old Trafford.
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His first season, which brought the club three trophies, has helped convince the board that he is the man to take them back to the top.
He has formed a close working relationship with United’s vice chairman Ed Woodward and they are planning a £200million summer spending spree.
Mourinho earns close to £20m a season and United would like to have the deal complete by the time they resume pre-season training.
8.30: Manchester United captain Wayne Rooney has emerged as a shock target for Premier League rivals Stoke.
The Sunday People claim Stoke are ready to offer Rooney a handsome £45million package to move to the Potters, with the backing of their sponsors Bet365.
Stoke manager Mark Hughes will have to convince the England skipper to remain in England and ignore offers tom China and the USA.