Manchester United need a top center forward and reports suggest that they are prepared to agree a huge deal to sign Robert Lewandowski.
The Polish international has stated multiple times that he wants to leave Bayern Munich this summer despite having a year left on his contract.
Transfer: Man Utd submit proposal to sign £280,000-a-week star – Corriere dello Sport
According to an exclusive story covered by The Sun, luring a striker is one of the priorities at Old Trafford and Man Utd will go all out to sign the legendary goalscorer if he does not end up joining Barcelona.
The British news source have mentioned that the Red Devils will offer Lewandowski a similar deal to the one that lured Cristiano Ronaldo back to the club last year. United would not be put off by a salary of £400,000 a week (£20.8ma-year).
The former Borussia Dortmund star featured in 46 games for the Bavarians in the last campaign and directly contributed in 57 goals (50 goals and 7 assists).
He will turn 34 in August but remains one of the deadliest finishers in the world. The veteran has won every single domestic prize in German football multiple times and was part of the Bayern squad that won the treble (including the Champions League) in 2020.
Last month, in an interview with Marca, retired Polish goalie, Jerzy Dudek, claimed that Lewandowski is an ‘incredible’ player, who has been the best forward in Europe for many years.
Reports (CdS) have suggested that the Bundesliga champions are prepared to let their prized asset leave for a fee of 35 million euros (£30m).
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