- Poland international Robert Lewandowski could leave Bayern Munich this summer
- The German club are said to be ready to sell the 29-year-old striker
- He has emerged as a summer transfer target for Real Madrid and Manchester United
German club Bayern Munich are reportedly ready to sell Poland professional footballer Robert Lewandowski at the end of the ongoing football League season in Germany.
Robert Lewandowski is rumoured to be considering his options at the Allianz Arena and is targeting a fresh venture next season.
Bayern Munich chiefs were reported to have said earlier that they are not ready to sell the 29-year-old striker for any price this summer.
But according to the latest report by Calciomercato, Bayern Munich have changed their decisions and are now ready to listen to offers for their star man.
The news is now expected to be a good one for Manchester United and Real Madrid who are looking for Robert Lewandowski's signature this summer.
Lewandowski started his career at MKS Varsovia Warsaw where as a teen he played for seven years before he left the club.
The following year he moved to Delta Warsaw where he finally managed to play in the first team scoring four goals.
In 2006–07, Lewandowski was the Polish third division's top goal scorer with 15 goals helping Znicz Pruszków win promotion and the following season, he was the top scorer in the Polish second division with 21 goals.
At international level, Lewandowski has earned over 90 caps for Poland and was a member of their team at Euro 2012 and Euro 2016 scoring 52 international goals so far.
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