The race for summer transfer move may have begun as the three top strikers in Europe are linked to join another top football clubs.
Kylian Mbappe, Robert Lewandowski and Erling Haaland have been linked to join new clubs as confirmed by Skysports.
According to the news Chelsea target, Erling Haaland could move to the English Premier League club, Manchester City. The citizens have reportedly step up their chase for the Borussia Dortmund goal machine.
CHELSEA will still be knocking on the door to see what happens because the Blues have continuously interested in signing the Norway’s striker.
Kylian Mbappe is reportedly willing to join Real Madrid as free agent in summer and PSG will be looking for another striker.
For Robert Lewandowski, one side of the story claims that he will replace Mbappe at PSG but there’s another side to it.
It was also rumoured that Lewandowski’s future continues to swirl, as Anna Lewandowski, the striker’s wife, has hinted a possible move to Spain on social media.
For Bayern Munich’s 33-year-old striker, Lewandowski it has become a hot topic of speculation in recent months, since his contract with the German club expires in about fifteen months.
The Legendary forward is said to be unhappy and looking for a way out at the end of the current season since meaningful negotiations regarding a new deal is yet to take place.
With the Blaugrana in need of a new target man in the summer, Barcelona has surfaced as a possible destination for the Poland international.
There have been significant links to the center-forward, with sources stating that Barça officials have already met with his agent, Pini Zahavi, to work out a deal before the start of next season.
Bayern Munich, on the other hand, is clear that Lewandowski is not for sale and hopes to tie him to a new deal as soon as possible.
In the midst of it all, Anna Lewandowski, the former Borussia Dortmund striker’s wife, posted a cryptic story on her Instagram profile: “Hello folks! I’ve started learning Spanish! Do you have any tips? Please let me know!”Given Lewandowski’s links to a possible move to Barcelona, the timing of the post undoubtedly raises concerns.
The 33-year-old is having another stellar season for Bayern, scoring 47 goals in 41 outings. The German outfit are hoping to keep him at the Allianz Arena for more years.
However, it remains to be seen whether the Poland international is willing to entertain that option, with rumours saying that he already has a deal in place with Barcelona, despite club officials quickly refuting such claims.