Bayern Munich striker Robert Lewandowski is considering his future at the Allianz Arena- putting Premier League clubs on high alert.
The Independent report that the Polish international wants a new challenge in his career, and his decision has not been influenced by the imminent departure of Pep Guardiola.
His club will demand £70m for his services, but that won't put off Manchester United, Manchester City and Chelsea from making a bid, especially thanks to money from the new Premier League TV deal coming their way.
The Polish goal machine has had a host of suitors since rising to prominence at Dortmund, although he opted for a switch to Bayern. That didn't shake off interest in the forward, with clubs watching on as he has stormed to 48 goals in less than two seasons in Munich.
Real Madrid are known to be one of the interested parties, but it is the hope of the English clubs that the allure of the Premier League can convince Lewandowski to edge towards them.
Pep Guardiola has been linked with all three clubs as his next destination, and it is possible that the club that manages to convince the former Barcelona boss to be their next manager could also persuade Lewandowski to join them due to the pair's great relationship.
With the player reaching the prime age of his career at 27, the Independent believe that he wants to enrich his playing career by experiencing the Premier League, and he will be spoilt for choice if he chooses that path.