Robert Lewandowski, who is believed to be looking for a new challenge following his victory in Germany, is open to another transfer story.
He wants to try other places after scoring more than one goal per game in the last two seasons at Bayern Munich. He won’t be cheap at 32 years old, as he is under contract until 2023 and will turn 33 this Saturday.
If he leaves Bayern, where would he be able to find one of the greatest strikers in history?
Pep Guardiola’s team is the favourites to sign his signature. They are looking for a centre forward and Lewandowski might be the right fit.
Although the Citizens want Harry Kane to move, Tottenham may price them out. Lewandowski might be more affordable.
City has invested heavily in their squad this summer but they lack a leader in attack.
Los Blancos have been linked to countless world-class strikers in recent months, including Erling Haaland and Cristiano Ronaldo. Lewandowski could be next.
Although Kylian Mbappe is clearly the first choice for the club, if the Emir of Qatar refuses to change his mind or convince Kylian to stay in Paris, Lewandowski could be a popular choice as a second choice.
Although the Polish international was once linked to Spanish giants, the move never happened.
Mbappe could be moving to Real Madrid from France, which would leave an opening in the ranks of Neymar and Lionel Messi’s most explosive attacking trident.
Qatari-owned club has plenty of money, especially if they are paid a fee for Mbappe’s services this summer. This could be used to invest in one of the most skilled strikers in the world.
Given his age, a move to PSG would be Lewandowski’s best chance of winning the Champions League title in the near future.
Barcelona needs a striker after Messi’s departure, and Sergio Aguero is out of action.
Although this summer may not be the right time, President Joan Laporta could balance the books at Camp Nou and alleviate the financial crisis. Lewandowski could still be the star to head a new project.
A romantic return to the place where Lewandowski first appeared to replace Erling Haaland would be a great way to end his career.
This summer, Haaland is expected to remain in Dortmund. However, he could be following former teammate Mats Humels’ footsteps in the future.