Robert Lewandowski going nowhere, insists Bayern Munich

According to the newspaper, Lukaku's agent Mino Raiola has been in contact with a number of clubs including Manchester United and Bayern Munich regarding the Belgium worldwide, who Everton apparently want £90m for. The 28-year old scored 30 league goals in 33 games last season.

The aforementioned comments from both Lewandowski and his agent have fuelled talk of a shock exit from the Allianz Arena, and according to The Mirror, Chelsea are in pole position and are preparing a move. The Polish superstar is reportedly upset at having missed out on becoming the Bundesliga top-scorer, with that accolade going eventually to his former teammate at Borussia Dortmund, Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang.

The Poland global is one of the most coveted forwards on the planet, having racked up 30 league goals in successive campaigns since controversially joining Bayern from rivals Borussia Dortmund. "I was annoyed and disappointed with the team's attitude", the striker said.

Would he be a good signing for Chelsea?

Although the 28-year old forward recently signed a new contract tying him to Bayern till 2021, his agent Maik Barthel recently revealed his client was unhappy at the Bavarian club after almost missing out on the Bundesliga Golden boot last season, claiming his teammates not did provide enough help to secure the award.

The Spanish worldwide is constantly linked with moves back to Atletico Madrid and to the lucrative Chinese Super League.

Chelsea are reluctant to meet Everton's £100million evaluation for Lukaku, and face competition from Manchester United for Real ace Morata.

It is no secret the Premier League champions are looking to strengthen their forward line this summer, especially with the future of Diego Costa again in doubt.

"He was disappointed as I have ever seen him before". "If other clubs negotiate with a player who still has a long-term contract, they risk punishment from Federation Internationale de Football Association". Immediately after the last game, I felt anger.

As I have talked about in the past, I feel the Premier League lacks the star power of La Liga.

  • Julie Sanders