Manchester City is monitoring the situation of Bayern Munich striker Robert Lewandowski.
City is in the market for a striker after allowing Sergio Aguero to join Barcelona this summer and their eyes have now turned to Lewandowski who is said to be open to a new challenge.
With two years remaining on his current Bayern deal, Daily Mail reports that Europe’s elite have been keeping an eye on the player's availability as Bayern would lose tens of millions should they wait until next summer to sell if the 32-year-old fails to sign an extension.
While Pep Guardiola's top target is Spurs Harry Kane, the price tag that has been put on the player by his club is scaring away clubs with City already looking for alternatives in the position.
Lewandowski scored a Bundesliga-record 41 league goals in 29 games last season and will be a prominent contender for this year’s Ballon d’Or.