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Good News To Tuchel As Best Striker In Bundesliga Drops Hint About His Future Away



Having spent eleven years with the Bavarian, the Polish striker, Robert Lewandowki has recently admitted that he is ready to learn a new culture elsewhere. As a result of this, there has really been a growing speculation that a potential summer transfer away from the Alliaz Arena stadium might just be on the card. However, this could hand Chelsea an opportunity to bring him to Stamford bridge this summer as Thomas Tuchel is set to strengthens his attack before the new Premier league season kickstart in August.

Moreover, Chelsea is set to sanction a summer transfer away from Stamford bridge for Oliver Giroud and Tammy Abraham, with a potential move to AC Milan and Leicester City respectively on the card for the Chelsea duo.

Meanwhile, Since Lewandowki is now 32 years old, Chelsea may need to compromise their transfer policy to be able to sanction any deal for the Polish striker. This is because Lewandowki may not be willing to accept a year contract, which is the new transfer policy for every player above the age of 30 at Stamford bridge.

Conclusively, securing Lewandowki signature would definitely ease the pressure on Timo Werner, and thus, generally improve Chelsea problems in front of goal.

Does Lewandowki has the potential to solve Chelsea attacking problem? Kindly Let’s have your opinion in the section below.

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