Bayern Munich marksman Robert Lewandowski has reportedly changed his agent after ending his 10-year long relationship with Cezary Kucharski this week.
Lewandowski has now partnered with his new agent, Pini Zahavi, in a bid to secure possibly the biggest move of his career, as he plans to bid adieu to the Allianz Arena come summer.
The news was broken by Polish journalist, Mateusz Borak, via iMiaSanMia’s Twitter handle, which stated Zahavi’s comments on becoming the Polish star’s agent.
Zahavi said: “It’s a great honour and privilege for me to represent the world’s best striker.”
The 29-year-old is undeniably one of the top attackers in the world, and is thus keen to land an offer from one of the best clubs in Europe.
And with his new Israeli agent, who was responsible for Neymar’s world record transfer of £198 million to Paris Saint-Germain, the Bayern starlet could expect a mega deal on his table very soon.
Moreover, Real Madrid and PSG are already eyeing the highly rated forward, and as per Marca, who claim Lewandowski has ‘requested the opportunity to leave in the summer’, both the European powerhouses would be on red alert.
With that being said, according to a report by The Sun, a host of Premier League juggernauts, including the likes of Liverpool, Chelsea, and both Mancunian clubs are also monitoring the prolific marksman.
Lewandowski has netted a total of 171 goals in 249 games in Bundesliga, with a 139 of them coming for the German Champions.
Moreover, the fact that he has already scored 29 goals in 33 appearances this season is a sure-shot proof that the Poland international won’t come at a cheap price, even when he turns 30 this year.