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Lukaku hopes for imminent switch

Anderlecht striker Romelu Lukaku has revealed he is hopeful of sealing a move to the Premier League in the next week.

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Lukaku, 18, has been strongly linked with all of them Premier League's top four clubs, with Chelsea and Manchester City thought to be leading the race for his signature.

Amid talk of an £18 million move, Lukaku has now said that is keen to seal a switch to England in the coming days.

"I would like my future settled by next Monday," he said in the Daily Mirror. "My college exams start the next day and I don't want any other concerns.

"I'll be going to be one of the top two or three clubs in England - or else I'll stay at Anderlecht. I want to leave, because I want to score goals in a stadium where there are 50,000 people, and play in the Champions League."

Anderlecht revealed recently that Barcelona had been priced out of a move for the striker. Real Madrid had also openly expressed interest in Lukaku.

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