Manchester United, Chelsea and Manchester City have been alerted to the availability of Robert Lewandowski in the summer. The Polish striker will have a long list of suitors should he decide to leave current employers Bayern Munich at the end of the 2015/16 campaign.
According to the Independent, the striker is keen on experiencing another league while he is still in his prime and it is expected that clubs from England and Spain will vie for his signature in the summer. The Poland international joined the Bavarian giants on a free transfer from arch rivals Borussia Dortmund despite being courted by Premier League big guns United and Chelsea.
Lewandowski, however, is now reportedly considering his future in the Bundesliga club and could decide to move on in the summer. All the top clubs in England and Spain will be looking to shore up their frontlines and his decision to leave could spark a bidding war between United, Chelsea, Real Madrid and Barcelona among others. The English clubs could have an advantage over their Spanish counterparts due to the lucrative television deal that kicks in this summer.
Bayern manager Pep Guardiola has confirmed his departure from the club at the end of the current campaign and has admitted that his preference for his next managerial position is the Premier League. The 27-year-old striker's decision, however, is reportedly not based on his manager's decision to depart, but his inclination to be successful in another top league in Europe. Lewandowski has scored 23 goals in 26 appearances in all competitions for the Bundesliga club this season, and with his contract running until the summer of 2019, the report claims that only a bid in the region of £70m ($102m) could tempt the club into parting with one of their prized assets.