Manchester City have joined the race alongside other Premier League clubs for Robert Lewandowski, MySportDab reports.
The Polish striker has been linked with a move elsewhere with him planning on finishing off his career playing for another team.
Robert Lewandowski is already nearing the age of retirement and he is hoping to secure a move to another club before he hang up his boost.
The striker openly confirm he desires to play in the English Premier League which could have happened last summer window.
Bayern Munich placed a ridiculous fee on the striker which led to no team going after him for a possible move.
Hopefully they will do everything to see him retire with them as he is currently the only striker in the world supplying many goals.
Despite Robert Lewandowski age, he is still the best striker in the world as of now with his goal scoring abilities compared to no other.
Manchester City will be trying their luck if they will be able to pay a little fee for his services if they fail to land Erling Haaland.
They won’t be the only team after the Polish man who is also linked with other Premier League clubs including Chelsea.
Here Is What Was Said:
“Manchester City are set to join Real Madrid and Manchester United in the race to sign Robert Lewandowski if he is available in the summer. (Source: Fichajes).
It won’t be an easy task luring the striker away from Bayern Munich who are not looking to allow their goal machine leave the club.
They openly confirmed how ridiculous it will be if they are to allow Lewandowski leave the club without any replacement.
Bayern Munich are also planning on possible target which involves Chelsea Timo Werner.