Scouts from West Ham, Liverpool, Benfica and Sevilla were at Anderlecht’s Belgian Cup match against Charleroi on Thursday night to watch Lukasz Teodorczyk, according to a report in Abola.
The Polish striker started on the bench for the match, and only came on in the second half for the Belgian side. He did however make an important contribution in the match, scoring a header to make the score 2-1. The match however ended 2-2, and the game went to penalties where the 25 year old missed a crucial spot kick.
Any move for Teodorczyck would be a complicated one for the Hammers though. The forward is currently on loan from Dynamo Kiev and Anderlecht do have a purchase option on the player.
The Polish international has so far scored 21 goals in 26 games in all competitions, with 13 coming in the Jupiler Pro League this season, seven in the Europa League and one solitary Belgian Cup goal.