Everton fans won't turn on Romelu Lukaku despite stalled talks - Koeman

Everton fans won't turn on Romelu Lukaku despite stalled talks - Koeman

Everton moved level on points with fifth-placed Arsenal thanks to the victory - having played two games more than Arsene Wenger's side - and Koeman was quick to praise Lukaku after a week in which the striker refused to sign a new contract with the Merseyside club.

"The fans love Rom and everyone loves Rom".

Lukaku always had Curtis Davies or Harry Maguire - two of Hull's three centre-backs - in close attention and, apart from scuffing his first attempt and being flagged offside as he stroked a shot past Eldin Jakupovic, he was barely involved in the first half.

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A late Romelu Lukaku double and an Enner Valencia strike securing a convincing win for Everton, which will be remembered especially fondly by academy product Calvert-Lewin. That's one of his big qualities. "We're in a good position in this project and you don't sell your best players".

Dom Calvert-Lewin scored his first Premier League goal as Everton hammered Hull 4-0 this afternoon.

"Of course we like to keep best players and we will do the maximum to keep these players".

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Relegation-threatened Hull began to gain the upper hand, but the momentum was halted when Tom Huddlestone was sent off for a shin-high challenge on Idrissa Gana Gueye in the 73rd minute.

Manchester United and Chelsea have been given fresh hope in their pursuit of Romelu Lukaku after Ronald Koeman revealed that the striker will have the final say on whether he leaves Everton this summer.

The Dutchman also strongly believes that the Belgian hit-man can indeed potentially fulfil his desires and dreams of playing Champions League football at Everton in the near future: "If we can do what we want to do next season, move on and get in who we want, we can battle with them, yes".

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"We didn't deserve this result and we didn't deserve what happened", Silva said.

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