Robert Lewandowski ‘is an option for Real Madrid in their search for a striker this summer and he could be available for £52m’ amid talk he may leave the German giants before his contract expires in June 2023
- Bayern striker Robert Lewandowski has been linked with a move to Real Madrid
- The Polish striker has netted 43 times so far for the German champions this term
- Lewandowski’s agent, Pini Zahavi, is reportedly listening to offers from clubs
- The 32-year-old is also valued at £52million with two years left on his contract
The Polish forward is having another top season for the German champions, scoring 43 goals in 37 appearances to date with Bayern on the brink of landing another Bundesliga title.
The 32-year-old has just over two years left on his deal and has regularly been linked with a move to Madrid since he first moved to Bayern from Borussia Dortmund in 2013.
Real Madrid consider Robert Lewandowski ‘an option’ this summer, according to reports
The Polish striker (right) has been regularly linked to Zinedine Zidane’s squad for many years
And according to Sky Sport in Germany, as quoted by AS, Bayern could be open to selling their star striker for £52million this summer in order to raise funds due to losses caused by coronavirus pandemic.
It is also claimed Lewandowski’s agent Pini Zahavi, who was reportedly brought in by the striker to secure a couple of seasons ago a move to Madrid, is currently listening to offers for the clinical striker.
Real currently have Karim Benzema as their star striker, with the Frenchman their main man up front with 28 goals in 40 matches this season – including a strike in Tuesday’s Champions League semi-final first leg against Chelsea.
Striker Lewandowski has netted a whopping 43 goals in 37 appearances so far this season
The Spanish giants have also been linked with a move for £154m star Erling Haaland, whose father and agent were spotted in Spain recently discussing moves to both Barcelona and Real.
Earlier this month, Lewandowski praised the ‘hungry’ Haaland and admits he enjoys being compared to the 20-year-old.
‘He’s a great player. He has huge potential and he’s still very young,’ the Bayern Munich forward told CBS Sports on Paramount+ earlier in April.
‘If I see his face and how hungry he is to score goals. In the future, he has a chance to be the best striker in the world, for sure.
The 32-year-old could join Erling Braut Haaland (right) in moving from the Bundesliga this year
‘But sometimes when everything is going well, it’s really not easy. But if you see him, he has scored so many goals and he’s so young.
‘It’s great to play in the Bundesliga and it’s great to see a young player in this league and compare.
‘He is the player who can be the best, but I want to play at the highest for many more years, so I am happy to be there where I am.’