Manchester United are reportedly ready to offer Bayern Munich striker Robert Lewandowski a mouth watering deal to move to Old Trafford this summer.
The Poland striker has announced he wants to leave Bayern Munich this summer after 8 years with the German side.
In 374 matches for Bayern Munich, Robert Lewandowski has scored a mind-blogging 344 goals, helping the German side win 8 Bundesliga titles and a UEFA Champions League.
According to The Sun, Manchester United have told the representatives of the striker that the Red Devils are ready to offer him a £400,000 weekly salary to move to Old Trafford this summer.
Lewandowski’s dream is to join Spanish club Barcelona but Manchester United are on red alert to make a move for the 33 year old striker should the move to Barcelona fail to materialise.
Manchester United are ready to splash the cash on Robert Lewandowski after the striker finished as the Bundesliga’s top-scorer in six seasons.
He was named The Best FIFA Men’s Player of the Year for consecutive years in 2020 and 2021 and scored 57 goals in 55 appearances last season.
Lewandowski’s representatives have put feelers out to discover the level of Premier League interest in the striker and Manchester United have reacted by showing interest in signing the 33 year old striker.
Lewandowski has Mamchester United fans in his family, after some of them spent time working in Manchester.
Premier League rivals Chelsea are also interested in signing the 33 year old striker with Romelu Lukaku set to leave this summer after struggling with the London club.
Signing a striker is a priority for Manchester United this summer and with Benfica’s Darwin Nunez set for Liverpool and Leipzig unwilling to sell Christopher Nkunku, Manchester United are ready to go all out for Robert Lewandowski.
For now, Barcelona remain favourites to sign Lewandowski and have reportedly agreed personal terms with the striker but there’s still a chance the deal won’t go through.
Barcelona are in a big financial crisis and need to offload some of their high-earners to register any new signings and thus Lewandowski’s pursuit could stall as a result.
Lewandowski, who is keen on leaving Bayern Munich this summer, may not be willing to wait for Barcelona to offload players and create space for his signing. This is where Manchester United are planning to step in.
Will Lewandowski join Manchester United this summer? Only time will tell.