Unhappy Lewandowski wants to leave Bayern, Manchester City looking to capitalize

Pep Guardiola wants to reunite with his former disciple Robert Lewandowski.


Bayern Munich striker Robert Lewandowski is currently planning on to make a move away from Bayern Munich and join Spanish giants Real Madrid.

The Polish striker has recently stated that his current team, Bayern lacks ambition and he reportedly wants to leave the club.

The striker’s relationship with the club has gotten bitter because his Bayern teammates did not help the player win the golden boot last season. Lewandowski is also disappointed with the way Bayern have done their transfer business in recent months. He has been unhappy with his club not signing players in the summer. The Polish player wanted his club to keep up with the likes of PSG when it came to buying players. But it did not happen.

Spanish newspaper AS has reported that the Bayern number nine is ‘obsessed’ with a move to Real Madrid.

However, with Lewandowski wanting to leave the club, Premier League side Manchester City are looking to capitalize. The Citizens want to sign the 29 year old and add fire power to their attack. A move to Manchester City would mean Lewandowski would be reunited with Pep Guardiola after one and a half year. Guardiola managed Bayern Munich in the past and knows what is it like to coach Lewandowski.

Lewandowski has been a prolific player for Bayern and has won numerous trophies with the Bavarian giants, including the Bundesliga last season. Earlier in the year, Lewandowski scored his 100th goal for Bayern in his 137th appearance for the club.

The former Borussia Dortmund striker has already scored five times this season, in four appearances. He also netted against Mainz this past Saturday.

Manchester City themselves have been in tremendous form, with their strikers Gabriel Jesus and Sergio Aguero firing in all cylinders. The Citizens thrashed Liverpool FC 5-0 two weeks back and defeated Watford 6-0 this Saturday, but despite a tremendous attack they are looking to add more firepower to it, with the signing of Robert Lewandowski.

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