With Chelsea reportedly keen on resigning Romelu Lukaku from Everton the Toffees have named a steep price for their forward.
Chelsea manager Antonio Conte is looking to make an addition to his side’s forward line and has allegedly shown interest in requiring the big striker, who Jose Mourinho sold to the Toffees back in 2014.
Everton has now set a £75-million fee for their striker, as Chelsea has been frustrated in their attempts to sign Alvaro Morata, who has since returned to Real Madrid, reports the Daily Mail.
Meanwhile, Conte remains keen on acquiring the services of Napoli centre back Kalidou Koulibaly, who has also been linked with Everton. Should that pursuit fail, the Blues also have their eye on Kostas Manolas of Roma, who impressed for the Italian side last term.
Still only 23, Lukaku has admitted in recent months he would be keen on a move back to a big club.
The striker made 46 appearances for Everton last term, netting 25 goals.