Lewandowski to Liverpool: Jurgen Klopp's stance opens the door for starman


Jurgen Klopp's Robert Lewandowski statement shows Reds could swoop for the Polish striker who is reportedly seeking a new challenge away  from Bayern Munich this summer

With less than two weeks left to the end of this summer transfer window, Liverpool could be chanced to secure a world-class signing of whom is Robert Lewandowski after news broke out that the FIFA and UEFA player of  the year
 is demanding a move away from Bayern Munich as he turns 33.

Klopp signed Robert Lewandowski when in charge at Borussia Dortmund and got the best out of him during their time together.

Klopp remains a big fan of the 33-year-old who soared to become one of the best strikers in world football.

Asked by Bild who is the best player he has worked with as a manager, earlier this year, Klopp said: "Robert Lewandowski. It actually won't be fair to say that about any other player except Lewy.

What he has made out of his potential how he pushed himself to become the player of the year he is today, that's extraordinary"

Lewandowski currently has two years left on his Bayern Munich contract and the Bundesliga club are said to be valuing him at £110m.

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