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Bayern Munich star Robert Lewandowski could be set for a shock move to Arsenal, according to reports in Spain.
Lewandowski could quit Bayern for a new challenge at the end of the season with Manchester United and Real Madrid both emerging as potential suitors.
The Poland international has been in terrific form this season but recently made the bold decision to change agents.
That decision has led to talk of a parting of the ways with Lewandowski reportedly keen to leave Bayern after four years in Bavaria.
And Spanish newspaper Mundo Deportivo say the 29-year-old could be set for a sensational move to the Emirates come the summer.
Arsenal’s strikeforce is already well-stocked.
The club strengthened in that department back in the summer when they paid £52million to sign Alexandre Lacazette.
Since then, however, the north London side have also added Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang to their ranks.
Yet Mundo Deportivo say there is a chance, albeit a slim one, of Lewandowski also moving to Arsenal.
The Gunners are reportedly negotiating for the striker.
But, unfortunately for them, Lewandowski is said to prefer a move to Real Madrid.
Los Blancos are on the lookout for a top marksman to replace Karim Benzema.
Benzema is a far cry from the player he used to be and has hit just eight goals from 33 games this season.
Meanwhile, speaking back in 2014, Lewandowski admitted Wojciech Szczesny tried to convince him to join Arsenal during the Pole’s own time at the Emirates.
“I can confirm that Wojciech Szczesny tried to convince me to join Arsenal,” Lewandowski told the Polish tabloid Fakt.
“We had several talks about this. It was him who did most of the talking, how the club looks inside, what Arsène Wenger thinks of me.
“When we trained before the Champions League games at Colney, there were important people from Arsenal at our sessions as well.”