Reports: Real 'Agree Terms' For Man Utd Target
Reports: Real Madrid 'Agree Terms' For Manchester United Target
The latest reports suggest that Spanish giants Real Madrid have beaten Premier League outfit Manchester United to an in-demand Bundesliga striker.
The Red Devils have been linked with Bayern Munich forward Robert Lewandowski for a few months, but the Pole has apparently been holding out for a better deal to come along.
According to Mundo Deportivo, Los Blancos have now beaten Jose Mourinho's side to the Poland international's signature, with personal terms having been agreed.
With Karim Benzema's future up in the air, it is believed that Lewandowski will be his direct replacement should a deal transpire.
The former Borussia Dortmund star recently changed agents, and is hoping his new representative is able to get him his desired moved.
The striker is said to be looking for a new adventure next season as he feels there is nothing no more to achieve in Germany's top flight.
The 29-year-old has made 37 appearances for the Bavarian club so far this season, scoring 32 goals and assisting a further four strikes.
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