Belgium international Laurent Depoitre is not enjoying his early days in Portugal and could be on a move away from FC Porto after only a couple of months.
The 27-year-old striker only arrived in August, but has failed to establish himself as first-team regular at the Estadio do Dragao.
FC Porto are already considering selling their forward during the January transfer window with a couple of clubs having already expressed their interest to sign Depoitre.
Portugal media outlet Abola can reveal that Belgium giants Anderlecht and Club Brugge are prepared to present Depoitre with an escape route during winter.
Financial details could prove to be a stumbling block for the two Belgian clubs as Porto are believed to be unwilling to let the striker go for less than €6 million, despite the €40 million release clause inserted in his four-year deal upon his arrival in August.
Depoitre has so far made only 4 Primeira Liga appearances for Porto, two of which were starts.