In their need to replace Sergio Agüero, Manchester City have identified Harry Kane as their main target, but it won’t be easy to get the striker away from Tottenham Hotspur.
Reports in England stated the Citizens are also looking at Robert Lewandowski, who trained under Pep Guardiola’s orders for two seasons at Bayern Munich.
Having looked at the claims made in the British press, Sky Deutschland state the Bavarian club have not received an ‘official request’ for their star.
Pini Zahavi manages the 32-year-old and Sky state the agent ‘speaks to a lot of clubs and taps all options’, and several clubs find the player ‘interesting’.
In addition to Manchester City and Real Madrid, the report suggests Chelsea and a few other sides would be looking to strengthen the No.9 position this summer.
The problem for the Poland international’s suitors is that the German champions ‘will not give approval’ for him to leave the club. Therefore, a ‘transfer is anything but realistic’ this summer.
Over at Bild, they claim the Bayern bosses ‘have not yet received’ a request from the English champions for Lewandowski. Should the Bundesliga winners receive an offer from Guardiola’s side, the goalscoring frontman ‘won’t be sold’ in the ongoing window.
Both Sky in Germany and Bild are stating that Bayern haven’t been approached by City for Lewandowski and even if that happens, there won’t be any movements in the summer.