Chelsea have reportedly made an ambitious move for Bayern Munich striker Robert Lewandowski after failing to land their primary targets, which is Erling Haaland.
Haaland, 20, has been the subject interest from the Champions League holders, who are in market for a new centre-forward ahead of next campaign.
In order to snapping up the phenom forward this summer, a fee needs to be finalised the deal with worth £150million have been ‘signed off’ by club owner Roman Abramovich, and the Blues have contact the Bundesliga giants.
But the German giants reluctant to selling their prize this summer while Haaland also reportedly told his closer friend that he will remains at Yellow and Black club for another year.
As a result of that, the Champions League holders are switch their attention to Robert Lewandowski and prepared to launch £50 million bid for the Bayern Munich star, that’s according to The Sun.
Despite Bayern want Lewandowski to sign an extension to his current deal, which expires in 2023, the Poland international keen on one last adventure away from Germany before his storied career comes to an end.
As a result of that, the Blues handed huge boost in pursuit of superstar striker while Roman Abramovich’s backing, could help them secured the signature of forward from Bundesliga champions this summer.
Rebort Lewandowski turns 33 next month, with the report suggesting that even Bayern’s head could be turned by a big offer considering his age.
He’s enjoyed a glittering seven-year spell at the club as he scored an incredible 48 goals last season, including a record-breaking 41 goals in the Bundesliga campaign.