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Robert Lewandowski Open to Premier League Move

Bayern Muenchen v Borussia Dortmund - DFB Cup Final 2016​Bayern Munich and Poland forward Robert Lewandowski is reportedly open to a move to the Premier League.

The ​Daily Mail reports that the 27-year-old is growing unsettled at the Bundesliga club, and isn't averse to a summer exit.

He is said to be in discourse with the club over a contract extension, but has told people close to him that he is also willing to listen to other offers from other clubs while talks are ongoing.

A dream move would see him end up at Real Madrid, but he is also aware that the club would have to let go of a big star if they were to pursue him. He is also open to reuniting with former manager Jurgen Klopp at Liverpool, the club he supported as a boy.

Lewandowski scored 42 goals in 52 outings for the Bundesliga champions during the season, and he's likely to put pen to paper on a fresh deal if no offers are tabled. But it is understood that the player wants to move on as he feels like he has made his mark on the German stage.

He has resisted moving to Manchester United in the past, opting to play for Borussia Dortmund instead, and then Bayern.
The striker's current state of mind makes for an interesting affair when Poland face Germany on Thursday. They will be looking to build on their win against Northern Ireland, and Lewandowski can expect to play against five of his Bayern team-mates in this game.

He said: "For me, Germany are the favourites for the whole tournament, but anything can happen. We have to stay calm and be confident against them. 

"No fear, no stress, but we also need to have some fun. They know me very well, but we all know each other well."
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