Robert Lewandowski has been heavily linked with an exit away from Bayern Munich during the upcoming transfer window. And while the German champions remain reluctant to part ways with their star striker, the interested teams might have found a glimpse of hope to sign the Poland international.
As reported by french outlet L’Equipe, Bayern might be ready to consider selling Lewandowski but only for the right price. In fact, they would only consider offers in the region of €100 million, which sounds like a steep price but not anymore given how crazy the transfer rates have gone in the past few years.
There shouldn’t be a shortage of suitors for Lewandowski’s services, as the Polish has been one of the world’s most prolific strikers for quite some time. Paris Saint-Germain and Real Madrid are keen on the 29-year-old footballer, although there have not been any advances from either side.
It is believed that Real Madrid lead the way, but nothing is certain at the moment. The one thing that is clear is that Lewandowski is ready for a new challenge, and Bayern will be keen to grant him the option of pursuing new alternatives if that’s what he wants.
Lewandowski has been unstoppable for Bayern during the current season, as he has netted 36 times in 42 appearances for Die Roten this season, including a spectacular 26 in 26 matches during the Bundesliga.