Everton striker Romelu Lukaku will leave the club in the summer with Manchester United and Bayern Munich both interested.
Roger Lukaku, the father of the 23-year-old, has confirmed that his son will leave the Toffees in order to gain experience in a stronger club.
Italian giants Juventus are also interested but Lukaku senior says his son is not suited for the Serie A.
"At the moment I think Manchester United or Bayern Munich are the most suitable for him, especially Bayern," Lukaku's father told Het Nieuwsblad.
"Every year they play at least in the semi-finals of the Champions League and the Bundesliga will suit him tremendously.
"He cannot go to Italy because they keep things closed at the back and it is too hard for an attacker.
"What is certain, to continue to make progress, he needs to change clubs, but we are mainly engaged in making the right choice.
"Romelu will help determine the choice, but the agent [Mino Raiola] usually has the last word.
"I hope, and think, Mino is fair, and that he is acting in the interest of the player. Now, with Romelu, it will be quickly arranged. I think it will be in order before the European Championship."