Chelsea are in crunch competition with Real Madrid and Juventus for Lewandowski’s signature in the summer.
The Poland international, who is being impressive with the Bavarian since his move to Allianz Arena in 2014, has scored 151 goals in all competitions for the Bundesliga side and that has made him one of the best strikers in the world.
Due to his high and impressive goalscoring ratio, Lewandowski is being tracked by the Blues, who are hoping to partway with Alvaro Morata before the start of next season.
It was reported via numerous rumors mongers that the Blues are willing to pay £70m for his signature but the question is why should Chelsea pay such amount for Lewandowski when they can get Paulo Dybala at a lower price?
The Argentine has been a perfect striker for the Old Lady for some seasons and that has made him one of the best strikers in Serie A over the years.
Scoring 22 goals in Serie A is not a little feat to achieve and that perfectly makes him the best man to replace his former teammate (Morata) ahead of next season.
Though Lewy possesses a better head-to-head goal record, Dybala ‘s style of play is more suitable for the Blues.
Just at 24, the Argentine striker is younger than the Polish striker, therefore, the Blues can work with him for a long time compared to Lewandowski who is in his late 20s.
With Eden Hazard, Willian and probably Gonzalo Higuain, Dybala would be a menace to every defense in the League next season.