According to Italian media outlet CalcioMercato, Bayern Munich are considering selling striker Robert Lewandowski this summer, and Chelsea surely have to be one of the clubs taking a closer look at the prolific centre-forward following a disappointing campaign.
CalcioMercato report that Manchester United and Real Madrid are both interested, and that is no surprise considering the 29-year-old, who earns €160,000-a-week (£140,000-a-week) has scored 40 goals in 46 games for Bayern this term.
They are potentially looking to move the Poland international on as they begin to look to the future and hope to dominate in the Champions League, and the Blues may well be taking a look following a disappointing campaign for last year’s summer addition Alvaro Morata, who once again came under fire from his own fans on Twitter following his display in the 1-1 draw against Huddersfield Town at Stamford Bridge on Wednesday.
We asked Chelsea supporters to vote on our poll to see whether they think their club should sign Lewandowski from the Bundesliga champions this summer, and a whopping 87% said they would.
That is no surprise given that the west London outfit failed so miserably in their bid to retain their Premier League title and could yet miss out on Champions League football next season altogether, and the arrival of Lewandowski would certainly boost the disgruntled Stamford Bridge faithful, and bring some much-needed clinical finishing.