Romelu Lukaku has scored 19 goals in 29 appearances in all competitions this season. EMPICS Sport

Man United want €84 million-rated Lukaku and all today’s transfer gossip

Plus, could injury-prone striker Daniel Sturridge be on the verge of leaving Liverpool?

LUKAKU’S PRICE TAG: Man United are interested in Everton striker Romelu Lukaku, but they’ll have to pay in the region of €84 million for the Belgian striker.

Chelsea target Teixeira: Shakhtar Donetsk are reportedly reluctant to sell €39million midfield star Alex Teixeira to Chelsea.

West Ham’s Sturridge plan: The Hammers are understood to be considering a €23million gamble on injury-prone Liverpool striker Daniel Sturridge.

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Klopp considers Hernandez move: Shane Long is not the only striker being linked with Liverpool, with Javier Hernandez also believed to be on the club’s radar.

Tiote going nowhere: Shanghai Shenhua’s interest in Newcastle midfielder Cheick Tiote has reportedly stalled, after the club were unwilling to meet the midfielder’s £60,000-a-week wage demands.

Morrison to make Premier League return: Ravel Morrison’s difficult stint at Lazio could be set to end, with both Swansea and Bournemouth understood to be interested in signing the 22-year-old attacking midfielder.

Retro Deal of the Day: Daniel Amokachi to Everton

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The first-ever player to score in the Champions League during his time with Club Brugge, Everton bought Amokachi for £3 million (€3.9 million) from the Belgian club, after he caught then-manager Mike Walker’s eye during the 1994 World Cup.

Amokachi went on to score 10 goals in 43 appearances for the Toffees, helping them win the FA Cup in 1995, though he failed to earn regular place up front ahead of first-choice strike duo Paul Rideout and Duncan Ferguson during the following season.

Two years after joining, Amokachi left to sign for Besiktas, going on to have short stints at Colorado Rapids and Nasarawa United, before retiring in the mid-2000s.

Since retirement, the 43-year-old has gone into coaching, and he was Nigeria interim boss for a spell last year.

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