Jurgen Klopp monitoring Robert Lewandowski

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New Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp will swoop for Bayern Munich striker Robert Lewandowski if he gets an indication that the Bavarians will sell their star striker. 

As reported by the Mirror, Klopp, who signed a three-year deal on Merseyside earlier this week, wants to be reunited with the Poland international on English soil. 

Lewandowski, of course, starred under the enigmatic coach at Borussia Dortmund but went on to complete a controversial switch to Bayern back in 2014. 


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However, despite the striker's marvellous form for the German giants, the same report from the Mirror claims Bayern boss Pep Guardiola remains unconvinced over the forward. 

And, if Bayern consider offloading the striker in the near future, it appears that Klopp will attempt to bring him to Anfield. 

Klopp influence 

Let's be honest, it would come as a major shock if Klopp managed to secure the services of Lewandowski. The powerful striker appears to be in the form of his life right now, so why would Bayern move him on at this stage?

Stranger things have happened, of course, but Reds fans won't be getting their hopes up just yet.

But the arrival of Klopp has changed things on Merseyside. With the 48-year-old now in charge, the Reds have more pulling power than ever before. Klopp is an attractive proposition for so many players in the game, so it looks set to be an exciting time for all involved with the club. 

Liverpool fans: do you really think Klopp could sign Lewandowski? Have your say below!

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