Borussia Dortmund's Robert Lewandowski is one of the most sought-after strikers in world football.
His stock rose considerably after scoring four goals in the first leg of the Champions League semi-finals against Real Madrid. A move to the Premier League is mooted, with long-term admirers Manchester United being joined by Chelsea and Manchester City as possible destinations in the summer.
Here we take a closer look at the Polish striker and what he would bring to the Premier League if he makes the move there.
The Poland international ensures that the most important job a forward has in a team is scoring goals. He has scored more than twenty goals in the Bundesliga in his last two campaigns for Borussia Dortmund - and more than 60 goals in all competitions.
Lewandowski has great movement and has a great touch, which sets him apart from other strikers. Strikers who have great touch often have more time in the penalty box and hence are more successful as a result. The player also has a great eye for a killer ball in the opposition box and has provided a number of assists for his strike-partners.
Industry is something that the English public holds in high regard: players who run their socks off for their team are always appreciated. Lewandowski is a hard-working player who follows the blueprint of Jurgen Klopp to the letter. His industry will ensure that, before long, he will become a fan favourite wherever he ends up in the summer.
Lewandowski will be a great addition to whichever club he joins - and might be the player that gives the club the edge in the race for the title next year.
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