Liverpool have reportedly been offered a chance to secure the services of Bayern Munich forward Robert Lewandowski.
That’s according to football transfer guru Ian McGarry, who told the Transfer Window Podcast the Poland international forward has also been offered to Premier League giants Man City and Man Utd.
Lewandowski, still very much a world-class forward, is believed to have told Bayern Munich he wants to depart from the club – as per Sky Sports.
McGarry reports that the Merseyside Reds interest in the Poland international is ‘tepid’, which is most likely down to his likely wage demands and age.
The Merseyside Reds are arguably in need of offensive reinforcements, however, Lewandowski is very unlikely to end up signing for Robert Lewandowski.
There has been opposition to the rumours of the veteran forward wanting a new challenge, with some German football journalists claiming the reports are wide of the mark.
According to Bild, via MARCA, Polish striker is on around £380,000 per week, which is a mighty wage for many teams to match, never mind the transfer fee Bayern Munich would seek for their main player.
Liverpool eyeing a move for another Bundesliga star Erling Haaland who is likely to depart from Dortmund next season.