Former Premier League striker Nigel Jemson believes that his beloved Liverpool could potentially make a move for Bayern Munich striker Robert Lewandowski, provided they can drive his asking price down.
The Poland international has reportedly informed Bayern that he would like to embark on a new challenge in the summer transfer window.
Sky Sports reports that the striker has been valued at £100m in this transfer window, a price that is likely to make any transfer remarkably difficult in this market.
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He is, of course, a legendary figure who has been nothing short of sensational for the Bavarian giants.
Lewandowski has scored 298 goals in 332 appearances for Bayern, and has also laid on 65 assists.
That is 363 goal involvements, and he has also won multiple trophies during his time in Germany.
He has won the Bundesliga nine times, including his time with Borussia Dortmund, and has also lifted the German Cup four times, the Champions League once, as well as the UEFA Super Cup and the FIFA Club World Cup.
And Jemson believes that Liverpool should do their best to bring his price down to around £60m and make a move to sign him this summer.
Speaking exclusively to The Transfer Tavern, he said: “You’ve also got Lewandowski. That’s come up that he wants a new challenge but the price tag of £100 million or something like that for a 33-year-old, I think that’s going to scupper any move to the Premier League, I don’t think anybody’s going to pay that sort of money but if you could nick him for £60 million, I think people would be very interested then.”
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