Robert Lewandowksi could possibly become the best transfer ever in history.
The Poland international has publicly stated that he does not plan on signing a new deal with German giants, Borussia Dortmund.
This has sparked the interest of many top clubs, including Bayern Munich, Arsenal, Chelsea, and Manchester United. The question now is, where should he go?
"Lewi" is an incredible player, and at only 25 years of age, he still has many years of top-flight football ahead of him.
An incredible poacher, great aerial ability, and the ability to link up with his fellow teammates on the build-up, makes him a fantastic asset to any club.
Much of the recent rumors were that he was certain to join Bayern Munich in the summer for free. After The Bavarians allowed Mario Gomez to leave for Fiorentina, only Pizarro and Mandzukic were left as the main strikers.
And, with Pizarro well past his prime, another striker is needed to give Mandzukic decent competition for a place.
He would fit Bayern well without a doubt, but Pep Guardiola has denied any rumours that "Lewi" is set to join his squad. This statement has given Premier League clubs the hope of signing him.
Arsenal seem like an ideal destination, due to the fact that Oliver Giroud is available as the main striker. Lukas Podolski can play the role well, but Arsene Wenger has chosen to play him on the wings when fit.
"Lewi", however, might opt for a club where silverware is won on a regular basis. Arsenal have not won a major trophy in recent years, and this could force "Lewi" to look elsewhere.
Both Manchester United and Chelsea have four strikers already. So, adding Lewandowski to their ranks will force at least one to leave. So neither of these clubs seem ideal for him.
Final Opinion: Lewandowksi needs to join Bayern Munich for a cheap price in January or on a free transfer in the summer.
Bayern are a club that dominate in all competitions that they feature in. Silverware is also not a new thing for them, winning the historic Treble last season. Bayern also need a striker in order to give Mandzukic a run for his money.
Pizarro can be a good backup when any injury or suspension presents itself, or simply play in the games that are a breeze for Bayern. If "Lewi" joined Bayern he would receive playing time, silverware, and the chance to play for one of Europe's most elite clubs.
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