Belgium left-back Jordan Lukaku a target for Tottenham Hotspur?

Oostende's Jordan Lukaku in action against Genk in their Jupiler Pro League match on November 23, 2013
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A report claims that Tottenham Hotspur want to bring Romelu Lukaku's brother Jordan to White Hart Lane as back-up, and a future replacement, for Danny Rose.

Tottenham Hotspur are reportedly keen to bring Jordan Lukaku, the brother of Everton ace Romelu, to White Hart Lane in the New Year.

The Lazio defender, who was a part of Belgium's Euro 2016 squad, is said to have been targeted by Spurs as a long-term option at left-back.

Lukaku only made the move to Italy last summer after being signed from KV Oostende in his homeland, but The Sun claims that Tottenham are preparing a £10m bid of their own.

Danny Rose is the current first-choice pick in that position, while Wales international Ben Davies offers the only real back-up, with the Lilywhites understood to have already enquired about Lukaku's availability.

Brother Romelu is now well established in the Premier League, but he could also be on the move next year as a number of clubs have been linked with his signature.

Oostende's Jordan Lukaku in action against Genk in their Jupiler Pro League match on November 23, 2013
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