Anderlecht are considering cashing in on star striker Lukasz Teodorczyk this summer, despite only just signing him, with both Liverpool and West Ham keen.
The Poland international joined the Belgian side on loan last summer from Dynamo Kiev and within that agreement was the chance for him to move there permanently for around £4million.
And after witnessing the 25-year-old bag 25 goals in all competitions this season, Anderlecht have now activated the clause.
Teodorczyk has signed a contract until 2020 with the Belgian giants but, according to broadcaster RTBF, they may look to sell him on right away.
The striker has attracted plenty of interest with his performances this season, with Liverpool and West Ham both eager to sign him.
And that has led Anderlecht to consider selling Teodorczyk this summer in the hope they could bank nearly four times what they shelled out for him just now.
Liverpool and other clubs will have to pay €20m should they wish to sign the striker, which seems a reasonable fee for Poland ace.
Of course, €20m would be absolutely no problem for the Merseyside giants and should Jurgen Klopp seriously want the player there’s a good chance of him starting next season at Anfield.