Liverpool Chase Lewandowski: The Liverpool Echo has reported that the club has made Robert Lewandowski as their main transfer target and may possibly make a move in the January window itself.
The Bayern Munich superstar is in his finest form of his career this season as he has scored an inspiring 26 goals for his club in all competitions, making him one of the best strikers in Europe. The Poland international is one of the most wanted strikers in the world and is one of the deadliest strikers available in the market.
Also, the player’s vast experience in European competitions and his qualities in the final third makes him the best available striker. The player’s sensational form has lead to rumors and the player is being linked with all the leading European clubs including Manchester United, Paris Saint-Germain, Liverpool, and Real Madrid.
Spanish giants Real Madrid are the front-runners to sign the player though we are not sure whether the German champions will allow the world’ one of the best strikers join one of their toughest European rivals. It is reported that Real Madrid are ready with a £75m in hand to sign the player, only stopped by the Transfer ban they received from FIFA for mishandling of youths.
The price tag alone has dispossessed the clubs who wanted the player since the amount is so big even for top clubs of Europe. As usual, Real Madrid are running away with this one utilizing their financial wealth to the maximum. But, Liverpool have emerged as a surprise and it is reported that Liverpool will match any amount that Real Madrid post in order to get their man.
Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp worked with the Polish international at Borussia Dortmund and in fact, the German should be rewarded for the player’s growth to one of the finest strikers. Klopp tutored Lewandowski at BVB and the duo has a fine relationship amid the player ditching the German to join Borussia Dortmund’s fierce rivals Bayern Munich.
Another set of reports suggests that the player has his hearts set on Real Madrid and is even willing to wait another year with Bayern so that Real can complete their transfer ban and sign him.