Wantaway striker not keen on crossing London.
Chelsea striker Romelu Lukaku has rejected the chance to join Premier League rivals West Ham United on loan for the second year running, according to the Metro.
The Hammers had been keen to bring the powerful Belgian international last summer, but he ended up spurning their advances in order to link up with the Toffees, where he impressed over the course of the campaign.
And now with Lukaku looking to be on his way out of Stamford Bridge, West ham boss Sam Allardyce is reported to have made another move for the youngster, who has turned them down again.
Having shown that he is a capable goalscoring force in the Premier League in his two spells with West Brom and Everton, the 21-year-old is thought to be keen on linking up with a side that are able to offer him a route into European Football next term.
German side Wolfsburg have emerged as the most recent side to show an interest in his signature, though any deal to be concluded will now likely go ahead after the World Cup.
Everton are also known to want him back at Goodison Park, but it remains to be seen whether they will be able to afford his transfer fee.