Despite recently scoring three goals in his last two Premier League appearances, the £97.5m signing has been underwhelming since his return to Stamford Bridge last year.
Speculation persists regarding the Belgium international's next move with a second campaign at Chelsea or a return to Italy both regarded as possibilities.
Nevertheless, representative Federico Pastorello has indicated that he plans to assess the situation at the end of the season, stating that the player is currently focused on his upcoming matches.
Speaking to La Repubblica, Pastorello said: "He has the club and the fans in his heart, he has never hidden it, like his love for Anderlecht where he would like to end his career.
"But we cannot think about negotiations. Chelsea are in takeover discussions, we do not know the new owners, let alone if we can open talks with Inter or AC Milan. We have to wait.
"For the cost of the transfer, no one could have expected such a situation. I do not discuss the tactical choices, but it is obvious that there was a problem. The numbers, however, must be considered - he is still the team's best scorer, with less playing time compared to his teammates.
"The situation must be carefully assessed, now there is Champions League qualification to secure, there is the FA Cup final. Romelu is focused on this, we have not talked about anything else."
In total, the 29-year-old has scored 15 goals from 27 starts and 15 substitute appearances in all competitions. body check tags ::