Paris Saint-Germain and Chelsea are also mentioned among the clubs interested, and Thomas Tuchel did not completely deny it in an interview with the Telegram. ‘I don’t think we have a chance for Lewandowski but if there is he is one of the best No.9s’he says.
“Sufficient” offensive potential
“The priority is not the number 9 position at the moment. We made signing our top priority (Raheem Sterling). It makes me very, very happy and from there we are very flexible. Our attacking potential should be sufficient now. If we think something crazy is coming up, maybe we’ll get involved, maybe not.”adds the German technician.
According to our information, Bayern, a reluctant time, would now be open to the departure of their striker. The German champion would ask for at least €50 million (excluding bonuses) to let his Polish star slip away.