Chelsea fans could be set for good news in the coming summer transfer window with the club reported to have made an approach to Bundesliga giants Bayern Munich over the availability of star striker Roberto Lewandowski.
According to reports from Sky Germany (via BBC Sport), the Thomas Tuchel's side are keen on Lewandowski and that they have already made contact with Bayern to try and thrash out a deal as they look to improve their attacking line next season.
Roberto Lewandowski joined the Bavarians from their close rivals Borussia Dortmund back in the summer of 2014 in a free deal and he has since then proved to be the real deal, with him scoring for fun and hence, making him to be regarded as one of the best strikers in the world of football if not the best.
In 36 appearances this season, the 32 year old has chipped in 40 goals besides providing several assists to his name and hence, he could be a huge hit at the Stamford Bridge should the Blues manage to secure his signature ahead of their rivals.
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