According to reports, Real Madrid are weighing up joining the race to complete the move of Bayern Munich forward Robert Lewandowski ahead of suitors like Chelsea and Manchester United.
Striker wants to leave
The Poland international striker is interested in a move away from the German side this summer transfer window and Sky Sports claimed earlier in the week that he’d change agents to Pini Zahavi in an attempt to get him out of the side.
The same article also talked up interest from the Red Devils and the Blues, while the Independent now suggest the forward is being looked at by reigning La Liga champions Real Madrid as a second option to Tottenham Hotspur striker Harry Kane.
Striker could suit English football
The 29-year-old forward could be a quality buy for any European side, having scored an incredible 139 goals in 181 matches for the German side in the past four years.
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The Polish had also revealed himself to be a top-class striker at former club Borussia Dortmund, and it would be great for fans to see him play in the English Premier League.
Manchester United and Chelsea need adequate reinforcement upfront after frustrating campaigns, with Belgium forward Romelu Lukaku and Spain striker Alvaro Morata respectively bought by each club last summer window but failing to live up to expectations.