Robert Lewandowski has agreed personal terms to complete a switch to Real Madrid, this is according to report. The Polish striker revealed at the close of last season through his agent that he is ready to call time on his spell with the Bavarian club and he was heavily linked with a move to Chelsea, Manchester United and Real Madrid.
Lewandowski joined Bayern Munich from Borrussia Dortmund in the January of 2014 and he has won all the available titles with the Bundesliga side, and there are now claims that he wants to further his career away from the club. Following the departure of Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang to Arsenal, Lewy claimed he no long has competition in the Bundesliga for the golden boot and it was thought he would prefer a move to the Premier league.
After conquering European football for third season in a row, Real Madrid have been tipped to heavily invest in their squad and they are now close to completing the signing of Lewandowski. COS via Don Balon claim in their report that the 29-year striker has agreed terms to join Madrid.
This report would have come as a massive blow for Chelsea who are currently in the market to sign a striker that would be an upgrade to Alvaro Morata. Morata failed to prove his mettle with the Blues last term and he has been heavily linked with a move to AC Milan and Juventus.
Chelsea may not be able to match the player’s valuation after the same report says Bayern Munich have pecked his price at €200million. Lewandowski scored 151 goals over his spell with Bayern Munich and by every standard, he has been dubbed as one of the most prolific strikers in Europe.