Manchester City are now looking into the possibility of making a move for Bayern Munich Robert Lewandowski this summer, MySportDab reports.
The striker is being rumored of wanting a move elsewhere this summer with top clubs in Europe looking at getting him as their player.
The Premier League champions Manchester City are considering a move for Robert Lewandowski with Harry Kane and Erling Haaland deals looking difficult.
Chelsea are also another club who might also being going for the Poland International if they get the chance with them also in need of a striker.
The Bayern Munich striker has previously suggested he could be open to a move elsewhere this summer specifically the Premier League.
Man City are monitoring the status of Bayern Munich striker Lewandowski amid concerns they may not be able to get Harry Kane away from Spurs, according to the Daily Mail.
Robert Lewandowski age is five years older than Tottenham, Harry Kane and would be seen as more of a short-term solution for Pep Guardiola’s attack than the Spurs man ahead of the new season.
Given his age and a contract with just two years remaining on it, the Poland star would also likely be significantly less expensive in the market as no club will be looking to spend big to get him.
Meanwhile, Bayern Munich are not looking to let him leave as he is currently the biggest striker in World football who could deliver 50 goals in a season for them.
It’s unlikely for Robert Lewandowski move to happen this summer or anytime soon as Manchester City and Chelsea will have to look elsewhere.