Robert Lewandowski is becoming increasingly unsettled at Bayern Munich and would now consider a move to the Premier League, according to reports.
He has always resisted interest from the likes of Manchester United, preferring to make his name first at Borussia Dortmund and for the last two years at Munich.
The 27-year-old has been talking to Bayern about extending his contract but it is understood he has told friends he is willing to listen to alternatives while those talks continue.
Lewandowski’s dream move would be to Real Madrid but he accepts that one of the Champions League winners’ star names would have to leave the Bernabeu in order for that to happen.
The boyhood Liverpool fan is also interested in teaming up again with his former Dortmund boss Jurgen Klopp if and when the Anfield club return to the Champions League.
Lewandowski has scored 47 goals in 57 Bundesliga starts in his two seasons in Bavaria and may end up signing a new deal if he doesn’t receive firm offers. But it is understood that he feels he has proved himself in Germany and is in need of a new challenge.