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Robert Lewandowski is a transfer target for both Champions League finalists, Manchester City and Chelsea, this summer, with the player undecided on his future.
The two Premier League clubs have both fired their way to the final of this season's Champions League without their strikers having to find too much form.
Pep Guardiola's team have largely played with a false nine this season, with Sergio Aguero's final season with the club disrupted by injury, Covid and lack of form.
Chelsea paid big money for Timo Werner last summer but so far the German has scored just 10 goals all season.
Both clubs have been linked with a move for Borussia Dortmund's Erling Haaland this summer but now it looks like they could move for another Bundesliga striker.
ESPN report that Lewandowski could be signed for €60 million, with the Polish striker's contract only having two years left to run, and the 32-year-old hasn't decided on his future yet.
The report says that the former Dortmund striker was expecting to retire after his spell with Bayern but interest from England could turn his head.
FIFA's World Player of The Year also has admirers in Paris but any move from PSG would depend on Kylian Mbappe's future, with Real Madrid linked with the forward.
Haaland's future could also be a key factor in whether or not the Premier League sides make a move for Lewandowski.
The Borussia Dortmund forward has a transfer release clause that comes into effect next summer and the Bundesliga side don't want to sell this summer.
Mino Raiola has hinted that a move could happen in the upcoming transfer window, and reports have said he's threatened to take the striker to Bayern if he isn't allowed to leave this summer.
The club have stuck to their stance, with sporting director Michael Zorc saying there is no agreement to let the player fo this summer, unlike Jadon Sancho.
As well as Haaland and Lewandowski, Harry Kane has also been linked with a big money move this summer, although Chelsea would surely not be an option for the Tottenham Hotspur striker.
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