Polish International Robert Lewandowski would now consider offers from the Premier league, as he considers leaving Bayern Munich, according to a report.
Daily Mail reports the prolific striker is unsettled at German side Bayern Munich and would now consider a move to the English Premier League’.
Lewandowski, 27, has been heavily linked with Spanish giant Real Madrid, English giants Manchester United, Manchester City and Liverpool in the past, but now he is considering a move away from Bayern despite holding talks about extending his contract.
According to Daily Mail, the Bayern striker has ‘told friends’ he is set to consider other offers and those offers will be numerous, with the player understood to be interested in teaming up again with Jurgen Klopp at Premier League giant Liverpool.
Lewandowksi moved to Bayern Munich in the summer of 2014 after spending four seasons at Dortmund. The proven goal scorer has scored 67 goals in 100 games for Bayern Munich, with 47 goals in 57 Bundesliga starts. Notwithstanding, the player is reportedly interest in a new challenge elsewhere.
His current club has since dismissed the report he could leave the club this summer, with Bayern technical director Michael Reschke insisting they will not listen to any offer for the striker.
“I can say with certainty that Lewandowski will play for Bayern Munich next season,” he told Radio CRC.
“His contract expires in three years’ time, he’s the best striker in the world and there’s no chance of him being sold.”
It is yet to be known, where he will end up next season, but this is a player that will add a lot of value to the current Arsenal squad, and Wenger should consider snapping him up, after failed attempt to sign Cavani and Vardy’s stalled transfer. With two years left on his current contract with the Bavarians, Bayern’s asking price won’t exceed 50 million pounds.