Chelsea target Kevin De Bruyne would be a great asset for the west Londoners, according to his manager Mario Been.
The Belgian starlet has shone for Genk in the Champions League and was touted with a move to Stamford Bridge earlier this summer.
De Bruyne is expected to move to Chelsea at some point in the future, where he would be a star according to his current boss.
"His name is already in England. He's a great player. Very young and talented," said Been.
"I think he'd do great if he went to England - in the Chelsea squad."
Chelsea renew their interest in De Bruyne as early as January, where they'd be expected to have to part with as much as £12 million for the 20-year-old.