As Robert Lewandowski signed a contract with Bayern Munich in early January and will soon join his current club's rivals, the team is already searching for a replacement.
According to Goal.com, these are the top 5 potential new signings to join the German side.
The Bosnian is included in speculation about leaving the Etihad for a very long time, but hasn't yet made a move. Manchester City currently have four strikers in the team, although they start with only one in forward.
Sergio Aguero is having a blast this season, however, Dzeko remains Manuel Pellegrini's first pick. Could it stay that way or could he be forced to make a move? Dortmund will be ready if that happens.
Most known player of Hertha Berlin should be one of the leading Colombian strikers at the World Cup in Brazil, by replacing the injured Radamel Falcao.
No one at the club can measure his ability, due to the excellent goalscoring skills. National team games weren't so successfull for Ramos, scoring just two goals in 22 caps. Nevertheless, Borussia would be happy to make him a part of the squad.
Once-capped Italian has spent his whole career in Serie A, playing for Juventus, Genoa and Turin. The champions didn't give him a chance in the first-team and he had to spend two years out on loan, before finally leaving Juve.
A period at Genoa wasn't really effective for the striker which scored only five goals in the only season there. It was at Torino where he had experienced the biggest blast, with an admirable 20 goals in 30 clashes and that is why Jurgen Klopp would like to bring him to Germany.
Standard Liege should be really glad he is still playing for them in the Jupiler Pro League. By far, the most talented striker in the league is likely to leave the club for big football teams.
Soon-to-be a member of Belgium national team, the 20-year-old could feature the next European Championship in France, as it is still to early for him to play at the World Cup this summer.
Youngest player of these five, Mitrovic has pleasently suprised in all of his clubs. As well as Batsuayi, the Serbian teenager plays in Belgian first league for Anderlecht.
Another move for him wouldn't be a suprise because of the amount of goals scored for his current team, hitting the net in every second match. Already capped three times for Serbia, he is on the way to becoming an important first-team member.
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