Robbie Fowler has a warning for Everton on Twitter

The Liverpool legend suggests that Chelsea and Manchester United-linked Romelu Lukaku could leave Everton in the summer transfer window.

Former Liverpool and Leeds United striker Robbie Fowler has suggested on social networking site Twitter that Romelu Lukaku could leave Everton in the summer transfer window.

According to a recent report in The Sun, Premier League giants Chelsea are interested in re-signing the Belgium international striker from Everton.

The 22-year-old's father, Roger, has told Het Laatste Nieuws that his son is ready to move on and join a bigger club at the end of the season, claiming interest from Juventus and Manchester United among other clubs.

"He's ready," said Lukaku Sr, as translated by ESPN. ”I see that there is interest from Atletico Madrid, Bayern Munich, Juventus, Chelsea and Manchester United.

"I think he must choose Manchester United or Bayern Munich. Manchester United is a team under construction with no real focus."

Lukaku himself has told Sky Sports that he is ready to take the next step in his career and play for a Champions League club.

"That is the next step for me," said the former Chelsea youngster. "I'm 23 next summer and I think it would be nice to play in the Champions League from next season."

Liverpool legend Fowler seems to have suggested on Twitter that Lukaku could leave Everton in the summer transfer window.

Losing Lukaku is going to decimate Everton’s quality in attack, and that is only going to be good for Liverpool.

After all, Liverpool and Everton are fierce Merseyside rivals, and the Reds fans will be delighted to see the Toffees lose one of the best players.

Fowler grew up as an Everton fan, as he told back in March 2009, but he has been a Liverpool supporter since he joined the Reds when he was 11 years of age.

Lukaku has scored 18 goals and created 47 chances in 29 Premier League appearances for Everton so far this season.

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