Robert Lewandowski has taken time out of EURO 2016 to make a huge move. However, before those of you who are hungry for transfer news get excited, the Polish striker hasn't left Bayern Munich, but has instead decided to buy a new home at Zlota 44, Europe's tallest residential tower.
The Bayern Munich Forward and Poland Captain has purchased an apartment in his home city of Warsaw in anticipation of a summer move, just moments from the Poland National Stadium.
Lewandowski purchased one of the tower's luxury apartments, which range in price from 11 million PLN (£1.9 million) to in excess of 39 million PLN (£7 million). The former Dortmund man's new apartment comes with a well-sized master bedroom, dining room, sitting room, snug room, kitchen, dressing room, bathroom suite and second bedroom, as well as access to a private 25-metre swimming pool, luxury spa facilities, massage and treatment rooms, gym, wine cellar, private cinema and golf room.
Speaking about his new, palatial digs, Lewandowski said:
"Choosing my new apartment at Zlota 44 was based on practical considerations. The tower provides some of the best residences in Poland, whilst the sports and recreation centre allows me to complete my training program in the highest quality surroundings.
"It is important in my profession to always have world-class training facilities on-hand and now I'm just a short elevator ride from a full-size swimming pool, fully-equipped gym, luxury spa area, as well as treatment and massage rooms. This was essential for me as it allows me at any given moment to complete my training program in the best surroundings."
The four-time Bundesliga and two-time German Cup winner will utilise his apartment and its extravagant facilities during international matches, with the Polish National Stadium just a short drive from the tower.
All images via Zlota 44