Robert Lewandowski ‘wants to leave Bayern Munich with Erling Haaland lined up as superstar’s replacement’
ROBERT LEWANDOWSKI is keen to leave Bayern Munich in the summer, according to reports.
Lewandowski, 33, became a fan favourite when he arrived at the club in 2014.
He has scored an impressive 337 goals in 365 games for the Reds, and many have labelled him as the best striker in the world.
However, according to reporter Florian Plettenberg and Sky Sports, he is now looking for a new challenge.
Plettenberg broke the news on Twitter, and said: "I know that Lewandowski wants to leave FC Bayern in the summer."
Borussia Dortmund star Erling Haaland is reportedly Bayern Munich's first choice when it comes to replacemin the Pole.
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BVB are expected to request around £65million for the 21-year-old, but they may ask for a higher fee if their biggest rivals are interested.
Haaland has certainly made his mark on European football this year, recording 23 goals and six assists in 21 games across all competitions.
Some of the world's biggest clubs are keen to sign him, including Spanish giants Real Madrid and Barcelona.
But, Manchester City are currently in front when it comes to the race for his signature.