Jose Mourinho could be very interested to hear that long-term Manchester United target Robert Lewandowski is considering his options this summer, according to a report in the British media. The Daily Mail states:
The 27-year-old has been talking to Bayern about extending his contract but it is understood he has told friends he is willing to listen to alternatives while those talks continue.
The report states that while the superb striker would ideally move to Real Madrid, he would also be open to offers from The Premier League.
At 27 years of age this could be the best moment for him to experience another league while in his pomp.
Germany is obviously an impressive league but it doesn’t have the depth of competition of The Premier League and TFF imagines that Lewandowski is almost tailor-made for such a league with his great strength and physicality.
The obvious stumbling block for Manchester Untied would be their lack of involvement in The Champions League. But money talks louder than ever and the appointment of Jose Mourinho not only adds allure to the club for players but almost guarantees that United will be back at the top table of European football come September 2017.
The Polish striker, who faces Germany in EURO 2016 on Thursday evening, has been in blistering form for club and country over the last two years.
He’s scored 34 in 77 for Poland and hit 67 goals in just 100 games for Bayern Munich.
He’s strong and has great aerial presence but also has lovely feet which can perplex even the best defenders.
Manchester United have been linked with a move for the player ever since Alex Ferguson was in charge of the club.