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Is this 459-goal centre-forward set to play for a Premier League club next season?

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Robert Lewandowski has been one of the best centre-forwards in the history of Bayern Munich but it looks like he could be on his way out of Germany this summer.

The Express are claiming that a host of top European clubs have shown an interest in the 32-year-old and despite Bayern’s reluctance to let him leave, the striker could be playing for a new club next season.

The report claims: “Bayern Munich striker Robert Lewandowski reportedly already has offers on the table from Manchester United, Manchester City, Chelsea and Paris Saint-Germain.

“Lewandowski has two more years on his Bayern contract but has been linked to other clubs following a fantastic season for the German giants.”

Robert Lewandowski joined Bayern Munich from Borussia Dortmund in 2014 and since then he has turned himself into one of the most elite strikers in world football and as per some rumours, the Polish international is not against the idea of taking up a new challenge.

AS report: “As AS has learned from sources close to the Polish forward, the player is open to the possibility of changing of scene and facing new challenges.

“After seven seasons performing at the highest level at Bayern Munich, and eleven in the Bundesliga, because before we have to add four at Borussia, Lewy thinks it is the perfect time to get to know another culture and another League.

“He has a contract with Bayern until 2023, the main stumbling block, as the Munich club is very reluctant to sell him.”

Clubs like Manchester United, Chelsea and Man City are all out in the market looking for a new striker and so far only the names of Harry Kane and Erling Haaland had been doing the rounds.

Now this new and surprising entry to the transfer gossip vine is sure to shake things up.

The 32-year-old might be entering the final phase of his playing career but despite that during the 2020-21 season he played in 29 Bundesliga and managed to score 41 goals.

He still has two years left on his current deal and Bayern Munich will do all they can to hold onto Lewandowski until the summer of 2023. So, the interested clubs will have to make an unbelievable offer if they wish to lure him out of Germany.

But the big English clubs and PSG are more than capable of spending the big bucks and if they can target 130 and 150 million pound players like Haaland and Kane they can sure spend money on Robert Lewandowski.

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