A new report has emerged claiming Bayern Munich have slapped a price tag on Robert Lewandowski amid Premier League interest.
Bayern Munich have reportedly alerted interested clubs that Robert Lewandowski is available for around €60 million.
The Pole, who is under contract until June 2023 with Bayern, is apparently ‘undecided on his future’ as he enters the twilight years of his glittering career.
According to ESPN, Lewandowski could be tempted into a Premier League move for one ‘final challenge’. Champions League finalists Chelsea and Manchester City are his most likely destinations.
Chelsea and Man City have emerged as contenders to sign Robert Lewandowski this summer, sources have told ESPN, with the striker undecided on his future. pic.twitter.com/JuDFTKXVPV
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Chelsea, of course, hope to improve their attacking options considering Timo Werner’s goal troubles, while Manchester City are on the lookout for a replacement for club-record scorer Sergio Aguero.
City boss Pep Guardiola knows Lewandowski well, having previously enjoyed a productive three-year spell at Bayern Munich with the striker between 2013 and 2016.
Bayern, therefore, would be willing to discuss a possible transfer if interested clubs can offer €60 million.
Lewandowski, however, had disclosed in February that he remains ‘very happy’ in Germany and isn’t considering his long-term future yet.