Barcelona star Robert Lewandowski has revealed that he did once speak to Jurgen Klopp about a move to Liverpool.

The Polish superstar has been speaking to SportBILD about his career so far, which has seen him starring for Borussia Dortmund, Bayern Munich and now Barcelona.

He first rose to prominence with Lech Poznan before joining Dortmund in 2010, where he went on to score 103 goals and register 42 assists in 187 games for the club before joining Bayern Munich on a free transfer in 2014.

Part of his time at Dortmund saw him working alongside Liverpool manager Klopp to great success, bagging 102 goals and 42 assists in 186 games under the German.

Their partnership was a productive one to say the least, which means it remains something of a mystery why the pair have never worked together again since.

It seems Klopp did make something of an effort, though, with Lewandowski revealing his did once ask him if he fancied joining Liverpool at any point.

“We hosted Liverpool FC with Bayern in the Audi Cup in Munich in 2017,” he said.

“We spoke on that occasion. Klopp asked me, “Don’t you want to come to Liverpool?” We looked at each other, then I laughed.

“I don’t know if he was totally serious. But going to Liverpool was never in my mind.”