City join Chelsea in race for new Didier Drogba

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Manchester City have entered the race to sign Anderlecht striker Romel Lukaku.

City have been reported to be scouting the teenage sensation dubbed "the new Didier Drogba."

New Manchester City boss Roberto Mancini is already looking at potential new recruits for the summer and it is thought that Lukaku is a top target.

However, if the Manchester club are to secure the players services they will have to beat rivals Chelsea to the players signature, who are also rumoured interested in the 16-year-old.

Chelsea boss Carlo Ancelotti is also in search of a new striker to help bolster his striker force and give him even more attacking options.

Lukaku’s performances have attracted interest from some of Europe’s top clubs, however, his representatives are keen for the wonderkid to stay at Anderlecht at least for another season.

Romel Lukaku has made just over 20 appearances for the Belgium club scoring 12 goals.

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