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World-class striker linked with two Premier League giants

SoccerBy Sunday World
Robert Lewandowski
Robert Lewandowski

The Euros may be in full swing but the transfer speculation continues, with one of the world's top strikers leading today's gossip.

According to the Daily Mail, Bayern Munich striker ROBERT LEWANDOWSKI is open to a Premier League move after becoming unsettled in Germany.

They go on to speculate that he could link up again with his former coaches Jurgen Klopp at Liverpool or Pep Guardiola at Manchester City.

The Polish hit man would be ideally suited to the Premier League and both City and Liverpool could use a finisher of his quality.

The 27-year-old has scored 121 league goals in the Bundesliga over the last six years, firstly at Dortmund under Klopp before working under Guardiola at Bayern Munich for the last two seasons.

The Mail reports that the striker has a preference for Real Madrid if he does leave Germany but the paper also claims he was a Liverpool fan as a child.

Lewandowski will be in action for his country in the Euros tonight, as they take on Germany.