Lukasz Teodorczyk has scored 28 goals in 40 matches so far this season, excellent regardless of the fact he’s playing in Belgium. That kind of goalscoring return is inevitably going to bring interest, which creates the likelihood of a summer transfer.
Teodorczyk is currently with Anderlecht on loan from Dynamo Kyiv, and the Belgian club have a buying option of €4.7m, but agreeing terms with the player is another thing entirely. However a transfer works in the summer, whether from Anderlecht after the clause used or from Dynamo directly, Het Belang van Limburg are pretty sure it’s a likelihood.
English interest is pinpointed in a financial sense, and HBVL say Everton and West Brom are keen on the 25 year old Poland international.
Serie A clubs, including AC Milan, are also linked with the player, and several others have been involved in Teodorczyk rumours over the past few months.
Should Ronald Koeman or Tony Pulis wish to go through with their interest, HBVL believe Teodorczyk would cost €15m to €20m.
Those figures shouldn’t be a problem for either Everton or West Brom when it comes to buying a striker.