Despite Bayern Munich’s lack of interest to sell Lewandowski, the Blues are preparing to make a move for the Polish striker.
Although the season ended in the best possible way forChelsea
and the Blues managed to win the Champions League, Thomas Tuchel intends to perfect his offensive line, and therefore, asked the club's management to pave the way for signing a new striker.
Chelsea's primary target in recent weeks had been Erling Haaland, however, Dortmund's £150m demand for the 20-year-old prodigy has forced the Blues to temporarily back down from their initial offer and consider other options.
After a futile attempt to persuade Dortmund for selling Haaland,The Sun
has reported that Chelsea are now looking to signRobert Lewandowski
on a £50m deal. However, persuading the Bavarians to sell Lewandowski will not be an easy task, as the Polish striker's current contract expires in 2023, and Bayern have already started negotiation talks to extend his contract.
Of course, Lewandowski himself has recently stated that he is looking for new adventures and despite Bayern’s lack of interest to lose their ace, the 33-year-old's desire to gain new experiences has left a glimmer of hope for the London Blues to try to lure the Poland international to Stamford Bridge.