English Premier League side Chelsea is already in talks with Robert Lewandowski's representative.
German publication Sport BILD reports that the Thomas Tuchel side is keen on signing an elite striker this summer and has an eye on the Polish striker having missed some of their targets.
The Blues had been interested in signing Borussia Dortmund’s Erling Braut Haaland but his staggering fee of £150 million this summer is proving to be too much for the English side.
The Blues appear unlikely to negotiate a straight-cash deal, and Lewandowski has emerged as the alternative option for the hierarchy.
There have been reports that Bayern will accept a fee of around £50m for Lewandowski with the Blues having already started negotiations with the player's camp.
The player registered 48 goals from just 40 appearances across all competitions last season and would like a new challenge with 41 of those goals coming in the Bundesliga.
The German champions don’t have another world-class striker in their ranks, and they are unlikely to sanction his sale for the reported price but should the player express his wish to leave the club he will be granted that wish.