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Robert Lewandowski on the radar of Liverpool

Liverpool plotting amazing Lewandowski move

Liverpool is reportedly looking to sign Robert Lewandowski from Bayern Munich. The Reds are looking to strengthen their forward line and view the Polish international as an exciting option.

Lewandowski has previously played under current Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp when the pair were in Borussia Dortmund. The centre-forward has previously expressed his desire to move for a new challenge, and Premier League looks like his preferred destination.

This latest rumour was reported by Spanish news outlet Fichajes. As per the reports, Klopp has asked his club to find a way to bring Lewandowski to Liverpool. With both parties interested, this could be a move that can happen in the future.

LEWANDOWSKI TO ADD MORE FIREPOWER FOR LIVERPOOL

Though Liverpool had a bad season due to multiple major injuries, the club is still competing for all the trophies. One position the team however needs to improve is the centre-forward role.

The Current options in this area include Roberto Firmino and Divock Origi. While Firmino is still vital for Klopp’s plan, his goal output has drastically come down. This is also due to the different duties that the Brazilian plays for his team.

As for Origi, the Belgian has not been able to feature consistently under Klopp. Though he has contributed in crucial matches, he still is not someone who can deliver consistently. This is why Klopp has now turned his attention to his former player Lewandowski.

The Poland captain has been phenomenal for both his club and country in the last few years scoring goals for fun. In the last season, he scored 41 goals from just 29 matches in Bundesliga to break Gerd Muller’s record for the most goals in a single Bundesliga season.

With such excellent form landing Lewandowski will surely help Liverpool add more dimensions to their already incredible attack. Having expressed his desire to leave, there could be a chance that LewanGOALski could terrorise the Premier League defence in the future.

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