Chelsea, along with Premier League powerhouses Man Utd and Man City, have been put on alert about a possibility of signing Bayern Munich superstar Robert Lewandowski.
The Independent reports that the Polish striker might be open to a move in the summer and will command a minimum transfer fee of £70m.
The Polish international is one of best striking talents in world football at the moment and considering a lack of word class strikers in the transfer market this transfer move will most definitely start a bidding war among the suitors.
According to the report, the 27-year old is seeking a new challenge in his footballing career and is inclining towards Premier League as his new destination. The departure of manager Pep Guardiola from Bayern Munich has no part in Lewandowski’s decision, but the Spaniard could still have a huge role to play in his career.
Guardiola is expected to join one of the Premier League giants next season and he would try his best to convince the Polish player to join him on his new adventure.