With Ole Gunnar Solskjaer hell bent on strengthening his team in this summer transfer window, club target Robert Lewandowski is set to be leaving his club this summer.
According to reports in the media, Bayern Munich has already agreed on a fee of £70 million to set free the Poland striker this summer transfer window, with Premier League rivals Liverpool and Chelsea linked in the race to sign him.
Reports also state that the London club is leading the race to sign the Poland International with Manchester United heavily linked to the player.
United is looking to offload Romelu Lukaku, who is currently being linked to with a move to the Serie A, this summer following his poor form this season and Lewandowski will definitely be an upgrade to the Belgian striker.
The Bavarian striker, who has been on a fire form since joining Bayern from Borussia Dortmund, has bagged 200 goals in the Bundesliga and will be able to quickly adapt to football in the Premier League.
Manchester United will have to match the £70 million asking price, should they remain keen on signing the Poland international.