Lewandowski's agent, Zahavi recently said, "Robert feels he needs a change and a new challenge in his career".
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The midfielder has been linked with a move to the Premier League over the last few transfer windows, with Manchester United and Chelsea said to be keen on securing his services.
"Money or a specific club are not Robert's motivation for a move, as nearly every top club would like to have the best striker in the world in their ranks".
However, the Daily Express believe Bayern's £80m price tag could prove a potential stumbling block given the west London side's reluctance to splurge huge transfer fees in recent seasons.
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Cezary Kucharski helped broker Lewandowski's move from Borussia Dortmund to Bayern in 2014 and he has experience of negotiating in Madrid.
Bayern ready to let go?
Vidal is now on the declining side of his career, however, he still has at least 2-3 years of top football left in him.
With Bayern and new coach Niko Kovac potentially looking at a squad overhaul over the course of the summer, they could well see this as the opportunity time to let a want-away player like Lewandowski go for big money to fund new additions.
However, with him earning a massive £240,000-a-week wage, not many football clubs will be able to match the deal.
Quotes via Sport Bild.