#Robert Lewandowski, 29, is reportedly going to leave the German champions next transfer window. Unsurprisingly, the Polish striker has attracted a wealth of teams with his prolific goal-scoring ability drawing attention of clubs across Europe.

The Metro report that Lewandowski has already been taking Spanish lessons to facilitate his dream move to #Real Madrid. Since becoming aware of their interest in him, sources close to the Polish striker have labelled it an 'obsession' with the idea of moving to the Spanish capital.

Lewandowski wants European trophies

A key factor in this move is his lack in continental success. Before the Polish striker's arrival, #bayern munich defeated Borussia Dortmund in 2013 to win the illustrious Champions League.

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Interestingly, Lewandowski was on the losing side in that match, before moving to the Allianz Arena the following summer.

More recently, Real Madrid have dominated the European scene, winning the competition three times in the last four years. Therefore, Real Madrid seems like the Polish striker's most likely destination if he wants to win Europe's premier tournament.

In addition to this, Real Madrid are in desperate need of a goal scoring striker. As much of a servant Karim Benzema has been to Los Blancos, he is not as prolific as Lewandowski. Last year in the Bundesliga, the Polish forward converted 30 goals, scoring on average every 96 minutes. By comparison, Benzema scored jus 11 goals and averaging a goal every 176 minutes; for a club of Real Madrid's stature, an improvement is needed.

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Who else wants him?

However, there are other clubs that are interested in the Bayern star's services. Clubs such as PSG, Manchester United and Chelsea are rumoured to be interested, however, it appears that Manchester City are leading the pack.

It has been reported that the Citizens sent a scout to watch Lewandowski in their 3-0 victory over Schalke, where the Polish striker netted a penalty. It is believed that Pep Guardiola will look to add a s striker of Lewandowski's calibre to provide Aguero and Jesus with healthy competition.

In addition to this, Guardiola has worked with the Polish striker in the past during his successful stint in Bavaria as the Bayern boss. They have proven that they have a successful working relationship with each other already as during Guardiola's last season with Bayern Munich, he scored 30 goals and finished top goal scorer that season. Furthermore, not to forget his substitute appearance where he scored five goals.

Where will Lewandowski be playing in 2018? Have your say below!