Cape Town - Everton
hit-man Romelu Lukaku says that Eden Hazard will make a swift recovery
from his broken ankle while admitting he has made a decision on his
The Everton striker, who was on hand to witness his fellow Belgium
international suffer an injury setback ahead of Belgium's World Cup
qualification campaign, has been linked with a host of European clubs
following a remarkable season which saw him score 25 goals in 37 Premier
League appearances this season.
With speculation over his destination mounting, the 24-year old spoke with Sky Sports News, saying that his decision has been made.
"My agent knows what's going to happen," he said. "I know what I want
to do, and whenever something happens, you guys will know."
Lukaku has been linked not only with a return to his former club,
Chelsea, but also to German champions Bayern Munich and recent Champions
League finalists Juventus.
On the topic of his Belgium team-mate's injury and the effect it could
have on his upcoming season, Lukaku was full of confidence that Hazard
would soon return to the form that saw him win Chelsea's player of the
"I was next to him when he slipped," Lukaku said. "It was the last
action of the game and we all thought it was just a twisted ankle.
"He stood up and he was really positive. Then we heard the scan
results and we were really disappointed for him, because he's a key
"He's had a great season so it's disappointing for a big player like
him to get injured but he's got a good mentality and he's a good
professional so I hope he comes back really quick."