According to The Guardian, Liverpool could be interested in signing Polish striker Robert Lewandowski.
The twenty-seven-year-old player is currently a member of German Bundesliga champions Bayern Munich, and he is one of their most important players.
Last season, Lewandowski was one of the most prolific strikers in Europe, scoring an incredible total of 42 goals from 51 appearances for Bayern.
However, there are some reports suggesting that now “Lewangoalski” could be united once again with his former boss Jurgen Klopp, only this time he would change yellow Borussia Dortmund shirt for Liverpool’s famous red one.
On the other hand, it seems like Pep Guardiola is highly interested in bringing Lewandowski to Manchester City, and this could be a potential problem for the Merseyside club, as City has so much more to offer – from money to a Champions League spot. Currently, Lewandowski is in France, as he captains the Polish national squad at the Euros.
One thing is for sure, though – should Lewandowski decide to join Liverpool, we would be watching one hell of a title race next season.