Christope Henrotay hopes that the Everton loanee has a future under Jose Mourinho.
The representative of Romelu Lukaku has admitted that he is keen for the Belgian international to prolong his Chelsea “adventure”.
Since joining Chelsea from Anderlecht as an 18-year-old in August 2011, Lukaku has made just four first-team starts for the Stamford Bridge outfit.
Including substitute appearances, he has played 15 games for Blues, but he has yet to score a goal for his parent club.
The majority of his first season as a Chelsea player was spent on loan at West Bromwich Albion, for whom he netted 17 goals in 35 Premier League games.
Everton borrowed Lukaku this term and he has bagged 14 goals in 30 league outings for the Toffees.
Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho has made no secret of his desire to add another striker to his squad this summer.
Lukaku’s agent Christope Henrotay is concerned by the prospect of increased competition for places at Stamford Bridge, but he is hopeful that his client can become a useful member of Mourinho’s squad at the very least.
Henrotay told the London Evening Standard: “For the moment, Romelu belongs to Chelsea.
“He has two years left on his contract. It’s going to depend on Chelsea. After that, we’ll see together what the best options are if Chelsea decide to let him go.
“That they want to bring in a big-name striker has been well‑documented. But Chelsea need lots of great strikers. And if there are too many, they’ll choose to allow Romelu to leave.
“But if they think there aren’t enough forwards, perhaps Romelu will say, ‘I’m interested in prolonging the adventure’. But it’s still too soon.”