The English Premier League transfer talks are gripping as we move ahead to the concluding fixture this month. In what could be considered something big, Robert Lewandowski might join the English Premier League if he decided to quit the Bundesliga.
Soon after Pep Guardiola was linked to Manchester City, transfer rumours started pulling some big names. The current Bayern Munich manager also went on to take the offer at Man City and would be joining the team at Etihad this summer. But Guardiola wasn’t the only one linked to EPL.
As per the Mirror reports, Arsenal would “enter the race for star striker” Robert Lewandowski, if he decided to leave Munich.
The article quoted, “The Poland international hinted last week he would – in the future – like to taste life in England. His contract in Germany still has three years to run and that would allow Bayern to put a £50million price tag on Lewandowski.
“But that would not deter the Gunners.
“Manager Arsene Wenger will have in excess of £150m to spend in the summer after the new TV money is paid.”
The report further stated that Wenger also has Borussia Dortmund midfielder Julian Weigl on his “radar”.
Arsenal’s dream of winning the Premier League title might be over, but Wenger seemed to be prepared for the next season. Fans staged an ugly protest in their previous match to ask Wenger to step down. His 750th league appearance as the Arsenal manager might have produced a winning result, but that didn’t persuade fans to call off their protests.
There is still no official word from Arsenal or from the Munich star. Stay tuned for additional information.
In another report filed by the ESPN FC, Manchester United might target Napoli’s Gonzalo Higuain this summer. The Reds Devils were rumoured to be in talks with the Argentine national as manager Louis Van Gaal had been vocal about his fondness for Higuain.