Bayern Munich forward Robert Lewandowski is linked with a move to Real Madrid next summer, but according to fresh reports the big three English Premier League clubs have joined the race.
Manchester United, Manchester City and Chelsea will fight the Spanish giants for the signature of the Polish international, who is reportedly looking for a new challenge next season.
The 27-year old is a top priority signing for Real Madrid president Florentino Perez and is willing to offer an amount close to 80 million euros to Bayern Munich.
The Los Blancos made no high profile signings in the summer of 2015 and are expected to bring a new Galacticos for the next season with Chelsea’s Eden Hazard is also rumored to be in their wish list.
The Premier League trio have the financial power to compete with the La Liga club and are capable or offering a lucrative deal to the Polish striker.
Lewandowski is currently on contract with the Bavarians until June 2019 and wants to experience a new culture and league while he is at the prime of his career.
The English clubs in contention were interested in Lewandowski when was at Borussia Dortmund in 2014, but then he opted to sign for Bayern.
The interests may not have anything to do with Pep Guardiola, but whichever club signs him could have a better chance of praising him away from the German Champions.
Boosted by the money from lucrative TV deals, the English clubs are becoming more and more extravagant in transfer deals and the net sum each club spend next summer is expected to rise as opposed to previous seasons.