Over recent seasons, Bundesliga outfit Borussia Dortmund appear to have benefited from a momentous surge in popularity and gained legions of doting admirers due to their positive brand of football and sheer likability under the tutelage of popular German boss Jurgen Klopp.
Frequently locked in an intriguing battle for domestic supremacy with the might of Bavarian side Bayern Munich, Klopp's men have also made quite an impact on the European scene. They reached the Champions League final last season, only to be narrowly beaten by their rivals.
At the heart of Dortmund's popularity is striker Robert Lewandowksi. The 25-year-old Polish international has risen to prominence and enjoyed consistently strong form since joining Die Schwarzgelben from Lech Poznań during the summer of 2010.
The formidable goalscorer - who was in action for his nation during their enthralling 2-0 defeat to England at Wembley on Tuesday night - has been prolific for Dortmund and speculation as to his future has intensified in recent weeks.
While many had claimed that Lewandowski had already agreed to join Pep Guardiola's Bayern, the player himself denied such rumours earlier this week.
Here, GMS looks at five possible destinations for Lewandowski if he were to depart Dortmund - which it looks increasingly as if he will - and lists them in order of just who needs him the most.
Feel free to comment on our selections or leave your own below...