Aston Villa striker Christian Benteke has said that he will decide his future with the club after the June internationals as the likes of Liverpool, Manchester United, Chelsea and Roma all weigh up a £30m bid for the prolific Belgian, according to the Daily Mirror.
Benteke’s phenomenal form since Tim Sherwood took over as manager has seen him fire the club to the brink of Premier League safety as well as booking a spot in the FA Cup final at the end of the month.
He still has two years left to run on his current deal in the West Midlands, and Villa plan on offering him an improved contract over the summer.
However, he is said to be undecided on committing his future to the Villans for any longer, and the club have said that they would not stand in his way if they receive an offer of around £32m.
But the player has since said that he will wait until after his Belgium side take on France in a friendly on June 7 and a European qualifier against Wales five days later.