Robert Lewandowski ‘listening to transfer offers from several European giants' after Bayern star's agent is contacted

ROBERT LEWANDOWSKI is entertaining several offers from top European clubs, according to reports.

Bayern Munich are set to undergo a monster overhaul this summer.

Julian Nagelsmann is taking over from Hansi Flick as manager at the end of this season.

David Alaba is leaving after 13 years at the club, with Jerome Boateng also set to bring his glittering spell at the Allianz Arena to an end.

And now Lewandowski, 32, could be joining them with agent Pini Zahavi in contract with 'several' top clubs, according to Sky Sports.

Lewandowski – winner of Fifa's The Best Men's Player award for 2020 – has spent seven years at Bayern, scoring an astonishing 288 goals in 326 games.

In his time in Germany, the Polish ace has won six Bundesliga titles and one Champions League crown, as part of the club's incredible 2019-20 Treble.

But now it appears Lewandowski may have had his head turned by some unnamed European giants.

The likes of Real Madrid, Manchester United, Chelsea and Liverpool are all believed to be in the market for a new striker this summer.

It's not yet known if any of those sides have made contact with Lewandowski's agent.


But with the striker's contract ending at the end of the 2022-23 season, Bayern will be considering cashing-in with the next year or so should he decide against signing an extension.

For now, Bayern Munich have made it clear they want to keep hold of Lewandowski this summer.

It's also claimed they've vowed to NOT make a move to sign in-demand Borussia Dortmund wonderkid Erling Haaland out of respect for Lewandwoski.

And the impending change of management could persuade Lewandowski to stay after the Polish star recently praised current RB Leipzig boss Nagelsmann ahead of his summer move to Munich.

Lewandowski said: "I don't know Julian Nagelsmann well, but what I can say: He always manages to raise teams to a level that you wouldn't trust them.

"The performance of the teams at Nagelsmann is mostly above expectations, above the sum of the quality of the individual players. "

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