Liverpool prepared to sign “FIFA men’s best player” Robert Lewandowski

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Reports are coming in, (by FICHAJES) that Liverpool are looking to sign Robert Lewandowski. With only a year left in his contract at the end of the season, he may well look to leave Bayern Munich.

Lewandowski who’s earning €25 million per season at Munich, would be offered €20 million at Liverpool. ‘The REDS’ reportedly are ready and preparing a deal worth of €320,000 per week.

This deal could see the Bavarians receive €70 million in exchange of their ‘star striker’

Fire to attacking line for Liverpool by adding Lewandowski

Robert Lewandowski would definitely bring the firepower for ‘THE REDS’ in front of goal. He is arguably one of the best forwards going around of this era.

Lewandowski would not only bring his ‘natural’ ability to score great goals, but also bring in immense ‘experience’ to the Liverpool Squad.

Going to turn 34 this year, Lewandowski still has the ‘passion and precision as any youngster around. Having a tally of 45 goals and 4 assists in 37 appearances across all competitions in this season for the ‘German Giants’, he never seems out of touch.

With ‘Rumour rounds‘ and contract discussion going on with Mohamed Salah, Robert Lewandowski could be well in place to replace him.

Adapting to the Team

It won’t take much time for the 33-year-old to adjust to the playing style of Liverpool. Moreover, with familiarity in the coach’s style during his Borussia Dortmund days, it ‘won’t be a surprise’ to see the duo causing problems for their oppositions.

The ‘mastermind’ Jurgen Klopp could just rule all over England and the World with his former apprentice by his side. With Liverpool being the best in front of the goal season, Lewandowski could easily just stretch their GD ratio by far.

The Polish Striker would really add some depth and consistency in the Liverpool squad, as they would be fighting for all competitions, throughout the year.

Interest from Spanish Giants

Reportedly Real Madrid and Barcelona are also having an eye on the Pole. Meanwhile, Barcelona looks to find someone in place of their Danish forward Braithwaite who looks certain to leave in July.

On the other hand, it would be ‘interesting’ to see how Lewandowski would fit in the Madrid squad, considering their forward Karim Benzema is in his ‘best form’.

Since joining Borussia Dortmund over a decade ago, Robert Lewandowski has been the most dominant striker in Europe. Following his move to Bayern Munich in July 2014, he has developed into a ‘goal machine’, establishing himself as probably the best striker of his time.

Any team would benefit from having such an ‘impactful’ player on their roster.

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