Romelu Lukaku is one of the form players in the Premier League. The Belgian striker has been carrying Everton this season, scoring 18 goals in the league and chipping in with six assists.
However, the Liverpool club may struggle to hold onto the 22 year-old, as some of Europe’s top clubs are paying close attention.
The former Chelsea striker has been linked to a host of big clubs, and the Manchester Evening News spoke to Lukaku’s father, who had some interesting views on his son’s future.
“He’s ready. I see that there is interest from Atletico Madrid, Bayern Munich, Juventus, Chelsea and Manchester United.
“I think he must choose Manchester United or Bayern Munich. Manchester United is a team under construction with no real focus.
“Bayern Munich is a machine where he can rotate well. The only condition is if Robert Lewandowski leaves.”
If José Mourinho is to take over at Old Trafford this summer, it would present an interesting scenario, as the Portuguese manager deemed Lukaku surplus to requirements at Stamford Bridge.
Nonetheless, Lukaku us a striker of real quality, and at 22, he is only going to get better. He will lead the line as Belgium make an assault on Euro 2016 this summer, with many predicting that the side can go all the way in France.