Manchester United have been tipped to sign Robert Lewandoski in the summer as he seeks to leave Bayern Munich this summer. The Mirror has reported that the player’s agent is pushing for an exit from Bayern as his relationship with Bayern’s management as they differed concerning the wages of David Alaba.
This has tipped the agent who has offed Lewandoski to Manchester United in a bid to end his relationship with Bayern Munich. The striker has been the best in the world this season as he has scored 47 goals in all competitions this season and provided seven assists making him the leading in terms of goal contributions in Europe this season.
Manchester United have been long term admires of Lewandoski and this might be their perfect opportunity to sign him as their previous attempts have failed. Back in 2018 they were so close to signing him but Bayern Munich offered him a new contract. The Sun further reports that Manchester united will be able to sign him if they offer around 50 million pounds.
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