Premier League giants Chelsea FC have finally contacted the most celebrated striker in Bundesliga, Robert Lewandowski of Bayern Munich forward who is likely going to leave the German giants this summer.
According to Sky Sport in Germany, Lewandowski has been contacted by Chelsea for a possible transfer deal this summer. The Blues wants to make the striker their main striker to help them in goals scoring, as from next season which has been their main problem for the past two seasons.
The Poland international has been so brilliant in Bundesliga since his time at Borussia Dortmund, has maintained his record even in the current season where he has managed to score over 35 goals in all competitions.
The striker's future in Munich is not currently known and there rumours about his movement this summer. The other elite clubs such as Barcelona, Real Madrid and Paris Saint Germain (PSG) have also shown their interest for him.
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