Jordan Lukaku, younger brother of Everton striker Romelu, has had an impressive season in Belgium and has his eyes on a move to England.

The 21-year-old left-back has played well for Oostende this season, winning his first two caps for his country and looking to go to Euro 2016 alongside his more famous sibling.

With clubs like Watford and Everton linked with him, it’s time for the defender to start considering his future and he admitted to Samindra Kunti, writing for The Set Pieces, that his future may lie in England.

“Do I see myself as a Premier League-bound?” asked the young defender. “I don’t know, but it’s a league that would suit me.”

So, where could he end up?

“I have always been a fan of Arsenal, but I am mad about every Premier League club as long as the club doesn’t have to fight against relegation.”

Jordan Lukaku is keen on joining brother Romelu in the Premier League. (YORICK JANSENS/AFP/Getty Images)

Arsenal will be looking for a young left-back in the near future and Lukaku may just be someone to look out for.

Nacho Monreal is the clear first choice but now in his 30s, while Kieran Gibbs won’t be a long-term option once Monreal is ready to move on.

It’s thanks to that the Gunners have been linked with the likes of Ben Chilwell and Ryan Sessegnon but Lukaku, though he’s more likely to end up at a ‘lesser’ Premier League club, could be another interesting option to look out for.