Despite buying Alexandre Lacazette and Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang in January, Arsenal have reportedly made an offer to Robert Lewandowski ahead of the player’s expected move this summer.

Bayern Munich's forwardRobert Lewandowski (L) and Arsenal midfielder Mohamed Elneny vie for the ball during the International Champions Cup football match between Bayern Munich and Arsenal in Shanghai July 19, 2017. / AFP PHOTO / Johannes EISELE
 Bayern Munich v Arsenal, Shanghai July 19, 2017 AFP PHOTO / Johannes EISELE

They are not alone in their interest, which isn’t surprising.

Mundo Deportivo report that both Arsene Wenger’s side and Manchester United have made the player an offer while Chelsea and PSG are speaking with his representatives.

But it all looks pointless with Real Madrid making the player an offer he is said to have agreed to.

mundo deportivo 21 march 2018 lewandowski arsenal
Mundo Deportivo, 21 March 2018

However, despite allegedly finding an agreement with the player for a move this summer, the La Liga side have not made contact with Bayern Munich.

Leaving aside the clear tapping up concerns here, MD report that there is a ‘pact’ between the director general of Real Madrid, Jose Angel Sanchez, and Lewa’s new representative, super agent Pini Zahavi.

They claim there have been at least three meetings to discuss the move and how they can convince Bayern to part with the Bundesliga’s leading goalscorer in the next transfer window (Aubameyang is still the 2nd highest goalscorer in the Bundelisga this season). Lewandowski is under contract until 2021.

Bayern are believed to be open to discussions about selling the player, providing they receive an offer in excess of €100m.

Lewandowski will turn 30 in the summer.

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