The Merseyside giants could be in the market for Robert Lewandowski next summer. Local reports suggest that the 33-year-old striker has asked Bayern Munich to leave the German giants as the centre-forwards searches for a new challenge after many years in the club.
It has put many teams on red alert, including the Reds. The German manager has, in fact, requested the board to secure the services of Lewandowski, who had played under the German during their time together at Borussia Dortmund.
Robert is even a great admirer of Jurgen Klopp and recognises the impact the Reds coach has had in his career. A reunion, therefore, could be on the cards next summer, with the Reds already in the market for a new centre-forward who can prove to be an upgrade over Roberto Firmino.
They have been recently linked with a move for RB Salzburg’s striker Karim Adeyemi but would undoubtedly jump at the chance of signing Poland international. Regarded as the best striker in Europe right now, the Polish striker has enjoyed incredible success over the past couple of years.
Since the start of the 2019/20 season, Poland international has scored more goals than any other footballer among Europe’s top-five leagues, most recently breaking Gerd Muller’s record of 41 in a single Bundesliga season last term.
Robert also starred in Bayern Munich’s recent victory over Barcelona, scoring a brace in the 3-0 win at Camp Nou. The display has alerted many top teams, with the Reds now hoping to snap him next summer.