Man Utd 'ask Lewandowski representatives to keep them informed' of star's Bayern Munich transfer future

MANCHESTER UNITED have reportedly asked Robert Lewandowski’s representatives to keep them informed over the Bayern Munich forward’s future.

The 33-year-old Polish striker has less than 18 months left on his deal at the German side.


He could leave for nothing in June 2023 or, if the Bundesliga giants decide to cash in, possibly go this summer.

A number of clubs are beginning to circle – and now the Red Devils seem to have joined the chase.

That is according to 90 mins, who state there is ‘concrete’ interest from Old Trafford and the Premier League in Lewandowski.

Bayern Munich are believed to be lining up a swoop for Dortmund hotshot Erling Haaland as a replacement.

They will face a major fight to secure the Norwegian as Paris Saint Germain, Real Madrid, Barcelona, Chelsea and Manchester City are among those who have shown an interest.

Lewandowski's agents are now considering their options in case Bayern do decide to sell the superstar this summer.

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And this latest report also states that United have asked to be kept informed about his situation.

But they are not the only club looking to bring Lewandowski to England after we reported Arsenal were eyeing a swoop earlier this week.

And they would face fierce competition for his signature as Atletico Madrid became another team linked with a move.

Both Chelsea and Real Madrid are also keen on the ex-Dortmund star.

It has also previously been claimed that he wants to test himself in another top league while still in his pomp.

He has been crowned Fifa’s best player for the past two years and remained non-committal on his future after helping his team win at Frankfurt last weekend.

Lewandowski told Sky Sports in Germany: “I am open to everything. I'm quiet.

“It is important for me to be able to focus on my game, always on what can happen in the last match.

“Everything that remains to be done regarding the contracts is a secondary issue and remains in the background.”

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