The striker has impressed on a season-long loan at West Bromwich Albion, scoring 14 goals to help the Baggies up to a top-10 Premier League finish.
He is set to return to parent club Chelsea next week and wants immediate talks to try and sort out his future, with plenty of top-flight clubs watching his situation closely.
It is thought the Blues, whose focus has been on Wednesday’s Europa League final, could decide to give him a chance at Stamford Bridge next season although they could again opt to send him out on loan.
West Brom would be keen to secure his services for a second-successive campaign, but they would face big competition from the Hammers, Fulham, Everton, Aston Villa and Newcastle – to name just four – who have all also been linked with the Belgian ace.
Chelsea could even decide to sell the front-man permanently for the right price, but clubs would likely have to fork out around £15million for the 20-year-old.
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