Yesterday saw Everton announce the signature of Belgian striker Romelu Lukaku. The former Chelsea player has signed for a club record £28 million and it is a real coup from the Toffees to bring in a player of such quality - especially after the season he had in 2013-14, on loan at Everton.
But he is not the only big Belgian talent on their radar - as they are also said to be keen on a top young striker who has interested Manchester United and AS Monaco.
David Henen spent last season on loan at Monaco and was heavily linked with United in the past - but he is believed to be on the verge of joining Everton.
It was reported last week that Henen had decided on Everton as his best destination for the future, and Henen is all set to become an Everton player.
The two clubs have agreed on a fee - and it was even confirmed yesterday by Belgian football expert Kristoff Teurrer that Henen is already training with the club at Finch Farm:
Guess Everton also will confirm the David Henen deal soon. Another Belgian striker moving to #EFC. He's already training at FF.— Kristof Terreur (@HLNinEngeland) July 30, 2014
So it would appear only paperwork is preventing Everton from signing the player, who shares an agent with Lukaku, with confirmation surely now overdue.