Lewandowski is Real Madrid’s next target in the summer transfer if they miss out on primary ‘number nine’ target Erling Haaland.
Manchester United midfielder Paul Pogba and Paris Saint-Germain forward Kylian Mbappe are also Madrid’s radar as soon as their contract expires next summer, both of whom could be available as free transfers.
Eduardo Camavinga recently joined the club for €40m and David Alaba also joined as a free agent. Reports reaching Ghana news Africa is that the club will keep on adding more to their squad if they want to be competitive at the highest level in Europe.
Real tried to sign Mbappe during the final days of the summer transfer window but were unable to convince PSG to sell. As at now, Madrid will now be able to wait for him to run down his contract – that is, if he decides against signing a fresh deal in Paris.
Erling Haaland has been primary target for most elite clubs in Europe, Chelsea, Ream Madrid, Man U, Man City, to mention a few. Haaland, 21, continued his sensational scoring form for Borussia Dortmund at the start of this season. With his age, he offers enormous long-term potential, in addition to being a world class player. Dortmund has got a gem in their hands.
Competition for Haaland’s signiture has been fierce over the past months now. He has a €75m release clause that becomes active at the end of the season, capping his transfer fee way below his real market value, with Manchester City, Manchester United, Bayern and PSG all linked.
Lewandowski is the next target should Haaland’s deal fail, a short term option for Lewandowski will be on the table as he gets close to 34 but will only have one year left on his contract at Bayern.
Reports reaching Ghana Africa News is that, Robert Lewandowski will ask to leave the Bundesliga champions at the end of the season.
Lewandowski is ready to seek a new challenge and reported last month that he is considering his future at Bayern and was frustrated by the club’s unwillingness to sell him this year for a realistic price, having valued him at over €100m.
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