Everton striker Romelu Lukaku has emerged as a target for German giants Bayern Munich, who are preparing a £65 million offer for the superstar, according to The Sun.
The Belgian centre forward has been a revelation since leaving Chelsea to join the Toffees and is currently recognised as one of the most devastating number nines in the Premier League.
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Lukaku was being linked with a move away from Merseyside over the summer, but Ronald Koeman’s men managed to hold onto their prize asset.
The latest rumour surrounding the former West Brom loanee is that Bayern are weighing up a big-money move to land the star next summer.
The Bavarians reportedly see Lukaku as a possible successor to Robert Lewandowski in the Allianz Arena attack.
The 23-year-old has scored six Premier League goals so far in 2016-17, with only Chelsea’s Diego Costa netting more times.
Lukaku will be an essential member of Koeman’s side if they are to challenge for a top-four finish this season, with Everton starting the new campaign in impressive fashion.