Chelsea have shown interest in securing the services of 32 years old Bayern Munich striker Robert Lewandowski this summer.
The 32 years old, has been a reckon force for Bayern Munich attack, since his move from Bundesliga rival Borussia Dortmund and has been able to earmarked himself a name in the Bundesliga, setting and breaking many records.
The Thomas Tuchel's side, have reportedly prioritized the signing of striker once the summer transfer window reopens, as they plan to bolster their attack, having seen their strikers Timo Werner and Tammy Abraham failing to meet the expectations of the clubs.
Chelsea have made the England striker Tammy Abraham available for sell and a reported fee of £40m has been put on the striker, meaning a new striker must be sign if Chelsea want to compete for European silverware in the next season.
The West London club have reportedly identified 32 years old Bayern Munich striker Lewandowski as a Potential transfer target, and according to reports, Chelsea are ready to make move to complete the signing of the world class striker, who has been able to score 43 goals across all competitions for Bayern Munich during this campaign.
Lewandowski would be a great addition to the Chelsea squad if signed, owing to his world class prolific way of scoring goals.
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