Romelu Lukaku will not be swapping the Premier League for Serie A according to his agent.
The Belgian striker has recently been linked with a possible move to Juventus following a report Lukaku had switched agents to Mino Raiola, who has strong links with the Italian league.
The Everton striker, who is on loan from parent club Chelsea, has already become a fan favourite at Goodison park - scoring four times in five games.
Lukaku struck again at the weekend during his sides 3-1 defeat at Manchester City - which brought an end to their unbeaten record.
Despite the links, Lukaku's agent Christophe Henrotay told Belgian daily DH that the change of management rumours were false, and that a move to Italy is not possible.
"The rumours that there are chances for him to leave Everton in January are totally false," Henrotay told Belgian daily DH.
"There is no chance that he will leave Everton where he plays on loan from Chelsea.
"I would like to take this opportunity to point out that I am Romelu's agent. It is not true that he has changed from me to Mino [Raiola]. It all started from that fake Instagram account."
This is currently Lukaku's second consecutive season on loan, after spending last campaign at the Hawthorns with West Brom.
Lukaku recently admitted he asked to move, as he was made aware he was not going to figure with the likes of Fernando Torres, Demba Ba and Samuel Eto'o all ahead of him in the pecking order in Jose Mourinho's side.
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