Tottenham Hotspur are among the clubs interesting in ending Romelu Lukaku's nightmare spell at Chelsea after the player's agent Christophe Henrotay admitted to holding talks with chairman Daniel Levy over a possible move.
The Belgian striker has spent the last two seasons on loan at West Bromwich Albion and Everton and Blues boss Jose Mourinho has hinted at allowing the 20 year old to leave the club in the summer.
Reports this week linked Tottenham with a potential interest in Lukaku, who has netted 12 goals in 26 Premier League appearances this term, and agent Henrotay has confirm discussions have taken place although no agreement has been made yet.
"I'm looking for a club," Lukaku's's representative told HNB. "Yes, I've talked to Levy once, but that doesn't mean Romelu will join Spurs."
With Chelsea expected to sign a striker in the summer transfer window, Lukaku's days at Stamford Bridge appear numbered having been sent out on loan to Everton this term with the club struggling on with Samuel Eto'o and Fernando Torres leading the line.
Lukaku has made 15 appearances for Chelsea since joining from Anderlecht in 2011 and despite enjoying a fruitful two seasons on loan at rival Premier League clubs questions remain over his ability to repeat that form in west London.
Spurs chief Levy claimed on Wednesday that the summer transfer window would not represent a period of huge change for the club after last summer's splurge to replace Gareth Bale.
But the performances of Roberto Soldado, who has netted two Premier League goals from open play all season since joining from Valencia means a new striker is a top priority for Tottenham.
Juan Mata's move from Chelsea to Manchester United in January suggests Mourinho has no problem allowing players to move to rivals clubs, meaning Tottenham would likely only have to match their valuation to seal a deal.