The 22-year-old, who has 42 international caps for his country and is set to star for them at Euro 2016 in France later this year, has scored a remarkable 25 goals and provided six assists in 37 appearances in all competitions for Premier League side Everton so far this season.
Lukaku’s predatory goalscoring form in front of goal this campaign has now reportedly led to huge speculation over his future with the Toffees, with his father, Roger, believing the forward should play for either potential suitors Manchester United or FC Bayern Munich.
He told HLN; “Personally, I think he should take the next step.
“I see two clubs that are very suitable for him, Manchester United and Bayern Munich. Man United are a team under construction, which does not have a genuine striker.
“Bayern is a machine which he could run, provided Lewandowski goes to PSG or elsewhere.
“With the playing style of Bayern, Romelu will score a lot of goals.”
The report suggests that former club Chelsea, Manchester United, Atletico Madrid, Bayern Munich, Juventus and Paris Saint-Germain are all interested in Lukaku’s services this summer.