Robert Lewandowski agent is eyeing a possibility for his agent move to the English Premier League this summer, MySportDab reports.
The striker is nearing the age at which a move away from Bayern Munich looks likely to happen.
The Bavarians might already be looking for a way to cash out on Robert Lewandowski which the Premier League is said to be his next destination.
Although with his rate of scoring and how important he is to Bayern Munich, they won’t be looking at letting him go for now.
But If Bayern Munich sell their star striker this summer, it would be to a Premier League club.
Robert Lewandowski’s next destination might be in England, as reports from SportBild claims.
The striker’s agent will apply pressure on Bayern Munich to either put together a lucrative contract extension or sell him to a team that can afford his wages.
Which likely a team in the Premier League will be able to afford the said plan wages and deal to complete that move.
The 32-year-old remains one of the deadliest goalscorers in the world, netting 36 goals in the Bundesliga in just 26 appearances this campaign.
While also carrying a heavy workload in the UEFA Champions League before their crashing out against Paris Saint Germain.
Lewandowski’s current Bayern contract runs until 2023 and no talks yet to be held between him and the club as he will be 35 when his deal expires.