- Robert Lewandowski of Bayern Munich has emerged as target for Man United and PSG
- His German club are said to be currently trying to convince him to sign a new deal
- Manchester United want the 30-year-old striker to be in their squad next season
Manchester United and Paris Saint-Germain are interested in pursuing Robert Lewandowski, with the Red Devils already having initiated talks with Bayern Munich over a potential deal.
Metro (UK), reports the Bundesliga giants have spent most of the season trying to get Lewandowski to pledge his future but the Polish forward is reluctant to extend his contract.
The Bayern talisman gave his first indication of leaving the Bundesliga club after an underwhelming World Cup 2018 campaign that saw Poland exit the group stages.
Following an ugly fistfight with fellow teammate Kingsley Coman earlier this season and the exit of Bayern's old dogs Arjen Robben, Rafinha, and Franck Ribery; the 30-year-old might just leave.
Lewandowski is already aware of inquiries from United and PSG and is now considering if staying on at Bayern is really the right decision for him.
It is not the first time United have approached the Bayern forward over a potential move and Ole Gunnar Solskjaer could be tempted to trade Romelu lukaku for the formidable Polish forward.
Earlier, Legit.ng had reported how Bayern Munich striker Robert Lewandowski was reportedly involved in a physical bust-up with teammate Kingley Coman during Thursday morning, April 11, training session.
The 30-year-old was said to have accused the Frenchman of not taking the training exercise serious.
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