Lukaku has emerged as a target for Wolfsburg.
The future of Chelsea striker Romelu Lukaku remains in the balance and Wolfsburg are the latest club to show interest in signing the youngster, according to the Daily Express.
Lukaku is set for crunch talks with Blues manager Jose Mourinho over his place at Stamford Bridge, once the 21-year-old has finished his international duties with Belgium at the 2014 World Cup.
The forward and Mourinho had a falling out in 2013 and the Belgian was loaned to Everton on deadline day on September 3 as a result.
Lukaku scored 15 Premier League goals for the Toffees in 2013/14, which added to the 17 strikes the attacker netted on a similar temporary deal with West Bromwich Albion in the previous season.
Tottenham Hotspur are also keeping tabs on the starlet, with new boss Mauricio Pochettino keen on adding attacking reinforcement to his squad and is a big fan of the west Londoners’ player.
It’s thought that it would cost around £20m to land Lukaku, although Spurs will face stiff competition from Wolfsburg for the attacker.
The Bundesliga club also bought another Blues and Belgium ace in recent times, completing the £18m transfer of Kevin de Bruyne in January.
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