Lewandowski open to Premier League move !

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Finally, Robert Lewandowski, the top flight striker wanted by many Premier league teams is open for the move. The Polish international exposed his glorious form with top German sides such as Borussia Dortmund and Bayern Munich and has always been on the radar of leading teams. Lewandowski wasn’t of much concern after ruling out various offers, especially turning down one from Manchester United. But numerous reliable sources claim his unsettled state at Allianz Arena and the striker is expecting a switch to the Premier League.

Yet the chaotic situation continues with Lewandowski carrying out talks about a possible contract extension at Munich camp and expressing his desire for an England switch as well.

LEWANDOWSKI OPEN TO PREMIER LEAGUE MOVE

The 27-year-old considered his dream move to Spanish giants Real Madrid. Yet he realised that another notable player should leave Madrid to welcome his move considering the crunchy fight for positions. The Polish captain is also a boyhood Liverpool fan and he longs to reunite with his former boss Jurgen Klopp at Anfield, only if the Reds participate in the UEFA Champions League.

If not for any tempting offers, Robert will be seen sticking again to the Bavarians and his lookout for a new challenge, after proving his worth in Germany, might end in disappointment.

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Poland faces a crucial encounter against Germany on Thursday for the race to the top of the table. Poland has never ever scored against Germany in top tournaments, but thanks to their 2-0 win in the qualifiers to break the losing streak. Lewandowski will be up against many of his Bayern teammates and has pledged his side would deliver its best.

“For me, Germany are the favourites for the whole tournament, but anything can happen. We have to stay calm and be confident against them. No fear, no stress, but we also need to have some fun. They know me very well, but we all know each other well.”

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