Lukas Teodorczyk may not have replicated last season’s stunning form in the opening few weeks of the new campaign but that does not mean there is not still plenty of interest in the Anderlecht forward.
According to Tuttosport, West Ham United and Liverpool are still interested in a player who netted a career best 30 goals in 53 games in all competitions last season. Meanwhile, Italian side Torino have also joined the race as they look to identify a potential long-term successor to talisman Andrea Belotti.
Teodorczyk joined Anderlecht on loan last summer and the 2017 Jupiler League champions did not wait around to pay the £4 million required to make his temporary stay permanent (HLN) with a number of big European clubs reportedly prepared to pay big for his services.
Anderlecht are guaranteed to make a rather substantial profit – despite a disappointing start to the 2017/18 season in which the Polish international has scored just twice in eight league fixtures.
Nonetheless, this does not appear to have put off West Ham, who The Mirror claimed were interested at the start of the summer transfer window.
West Ham boss Slaven Bilic still does not appear to have got the best out of a talented attack containing Andy Carroll, Javier Hernandez, Andre Ayew and co, The Hammers failing to score in three of their Premier League fixtures already this season.
Therefore, it would remain to be seen whether he can get the best out of Teodorczyk.