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Chelsea move for Bayern striker Lewandowski after ending Higuain chase

Chelsea move for Bayern striker Lewandowski after ending Higuain chase

- Chelsea have reportedly turned their focus on Bayern Munich striker Lewandowski

- The Blues were linked with a summer move for Gonzalo Higuain but the Argentine will be heading to AC Milan

- The 29-year-old Lewandowski is on the wish-list of top European clubs like Manchester United and PSG

Premier League side Chelsea have entered the race to sign Bayern Munich striker Robert Lewandowski.

According to a Tribal Football report citing sources at Daily Star revealed that the west London side are confident of sealing a deal for the Polish forward this summer.

The report further hinted that the Los Blancos are also interested in taking the Polish international who is eager to leave the Bundesliga to the Spanish topflight this summer.

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On the other hand, the Blues are keen to boost their firepower before the end of the current transfer window as Spanish forward Alvaro Morata is eyeing a move away from west London after 12 months.

Argentine forward Gonzalo Higuain was high on new Chelsea boss Maurizio Sarri's wish list, but the ex-Los Blancos star has reportedly penned a switch to Serie A side AC Milan on loan.

However, the Polish forward remains Chelsea's main target this summer and will be employing all tactics in their arsenal to ensure the 29-year-old complete the move to Stamford Bridge.

Meanwhile, previously had reported that Robert Lewandowski is looking forward to leave the German topflight in the ongoing summer transfers

The 29-year-old according to reports will not hesitate to accept a switch to either Real Madrid or PSG but not Manchester United.

Bayern Munich forward Robert Lewandowski is not eager to dump the Bundesliga for a switch to Manchester United despite being linked with a move away from the Allianz Arena this summer, suggest reports in Poland.

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