February 26, 2018

Lewandowski set for Premier League switch?


Reports in England claim that Bayern Munich hitman Robert Lewandowski could be set to leave the Bavarian side, with the striker said to be keen on testing himself in English football.

English publication 'The Sun' reports that the powerful Pole is very interested in the idea of trying his hand in the Premier League, before his powers begin to wane.

The former Broussia Dortmund man is 29 now, but given his goalscoring record and the fact that he is under contract at the Allianz Arena until 2021, he will still command a princely sum.

Lewandowski recently changed agents, teaming up with Pini Zahavi, who is known to have close links to a host of Europe's top sides, including Real Madrid.

However, the striker quickly move to deny reports that the switch had anything to do with a move to the Bernabeu and if reports are to be believed, it is beacuase he would prefer a move to England.

Lewandowski has nothing left to prove in the Bundesliga, having scored 171 goals in 250 games across spells at both Bayern and Dortmund.

Furthermore, the Poland international is keen on the chance to join a club with genuine Champions League prospects, with Europe's premier club competition the one title missing from his impressive trophy cabinet.

The aformentioned source claims that Bayern are aware that Lewandowski could be tempted by an exit this summer and that it is Chelsea that would be the favourites for his signature, should the German side encourage bids.

Reports in England claim that Bayern Munich hitman Robert Lewandowski could be set to leave the Bavarian side, with the striker said to be keen on testing himself in English football.

English publication 'The Sun' reports that the powerful Pole is very interested in the idea of trying his hand in the Premier League, before his powers begin to wane.

The former Broussia Dortmund man is 29 now, but given his goalscoring record and the fact that he is under contract at the Allianz Arena until 2021, he will still command a princely sum.

Lewandowski recently changed agents, teaming up with Pini Zahavi, who is known to have close links to a host of Europe's top sides, including Real Madrid.

However, the striker quickly move to deny reports that the switch had anything to do with a move to the Bernabeu and if reports are to be believed, it is beacuase he would prefer a move to England.

Lewandowski has nothing left to prove in the Bundesliga, having scored 171 goals in 250 games across spells at both Bayern and Dortmund.

Furthermore, the Poland international is keen on the chance to join a club with genuine Champions League prospects, with Europe's premier club competition the one title missing from his impressive trophy cabinet.

The aformentioned source claims that Bayern are aware that Lewandowski could be tempted by an exit this summer and that it is Chelsea that would be the favourites for his signature, should the German side encourage bids.