Romelu Lukaku 'angry and upset by voodoo claims made by Everton owner'

Lukaku was offered a new deal last March despite having two years left to run on his deal

Manchester United star Romelu Lukaku has reportedly been left fuming over claims made by Everton majority shareholder Farhad Moshiri regarding the striker's decision to leave Goodison Park in the summer. "He distances himself from these statements".

"He had a voodoo and got the message he needs to go to Chelsea", said Moshiri.

His representative said the 24-year-old Manchester United striker's decision had nothing to do with voodoo as he was a Roman Catholic, and that Lukaku simply wished to play for a club with a better chance of winning silverware.

Some had believed that Lukaku's switch to United was merely down to the amount of wages that Everton were willing to pay him - the Belgium global having rejected a huge salary hike if he penned a contract extension last March.

Everton, who were knocked out of the FA Cup by city rivals Liverpool last Friday, are ninth in the standings and travel to fifth-placed Tottenham Hotspur on Saturday. That is why he did not want to sign on any condition.

"Robert [Elstone, Everton's chief executive] was there, everything was in place, there were a few reporters outside, then in the meeting Rom called his mother".

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He said: "The situation with Romelu was not financial".

His speech last night perhaps explains the club's reluctance to allow fan groups to meet with the new major shareholder.

"If I tell you what we offered him you wouldn't believe it, but they offered him a better deal".

"I wasted two summers to keep him: first summer for three months with his agent, his mother and his family we managed to keep him for another year".

"I got close to Rom, I like the boy, he's a good boy, and I used all my charm to keep him and I flatly failed", he added.

"He'd gone to LA and wouldn't go back, his brain had gone".