Anderlecht midfielder Leander Dendoncker will hold further talks over his future after he returns from international duty with Belgium.
The 22-year-old impressed in both legs of his side’s Europa League semi-final against Manchester United, scoring a late equaliser in the first leg 1-1 draw.
Dendoncker, predominately a defensive midfielder, said talks between his agent and club would take place soon, which was confirmed by manager Herman Van Holsbeeck in the Belgian press.
“I don’t know anything yet,” Dendoncker told Sky Sports News HQ.
“I have spoken with my manager (agent) now we will see. I am awaiting his opinion. I am focused on the national team and after we will see.”
Everton are heading a list of Premier League clubs said to be keen on Dendoncker, while United and Chelsea have also been linked.
“Those are nice clubs. We will see.” Dendoncker added.
Anderlecht recently sold Youri Tielemans to Monaco for an initial £21m and Van Holsbeeck appears keen not to lose another star player.
He told Het Nieuwsblad: “In the next few days we will talk with Leander’s entourage. We want to keep him another year. We do not need the money.”
But, for now, Dendoncker has his focus on international matters, as part of Belgium’s squad for a friendly against the Czech Republic and a World Cup European Qualifier in Estonia.
He says being with the national team is giving him ambition, adding: “I am trying to do my best. I am trying to work hard every day. Being with these stars is a great learning process.”