Reports: Robert Lewandowski considering Premier League transfer this season
The 27-year-old has admirers in Manchester United, Manchester City, Arsenal and Liverpool.
Polish and Bayern Munich striker Robert Lewandowski is reportedly considering a move to the Premier League with Manchester United, Manchester City and Liverpool all interested. The 27-year-old has apparently grown 'unsettled' at Munich after spending two years there under Pep Guardiola and is willing to move abroad this summer.
Lewandowski moved to Bayern Munich from rivals Borussia Dortmund on a free transfer two years ago and has since cemented his name as one of the first names on the sheet. He's won the Bundesliga title twice in a row along with the DFP Pokal. However, he hasn't won the UEFA Champions League with the Bavarians.
The Polish striker is a boyhood Liverpool fan and is open to the idea of reuniting with Jurgen Klopp at Anfield this summer. He's also admitted his love for Manchester United in the past. Pep Guardiola – having just moved to Manchester City – could try to sign the striker outlining his various options in England.
Before committing to Bayern Munich, Lewandowski was heavily linked with Arsenal where Arsene Wenger remains an admirer and someone who's desperately on the lookout for an out-and-out striker having shown their intentions with their clause-triggering £20 million bid for Leicester City striker Jamie Vardy.
Lewandowski scored an astonishing 42 goals last season in 52 appearances for Bayern Munich also registering 3 assists. His brightest moment for the club was when he scored 5 goals in the matter of 8 minutes and 59 seconds against Wolfsburg – coming on as a substitute.
Manchester United, Liverpool and Arsenal are all on the lookout for a striker with Jose Mourinho targeting the likes of Breel Embolo and Paulo Dybala. Jurgen Klopp, meanwhile, has targeted midfielders and defenders in his first full summer at Liverpool with the likes of Mario Gotze and Mateo Kovacic linked.
Whether Robert Lewandowski moves to the Premier League or not, this summer's transfer window is yet to throw up surprises.