Robert Lewandowski prepared to push for Bayern Munich exit
Reported Chelsea and Manchester United target Robert Lewandowski is prepared to push for a fresh challenge away from Bayern Munich.
The Poland international recently criticised the club for their transfer activity, and this has not gone well with the club's hierarchy, who are considering his future.
Bayern have already highlighted their ambition to add more youthful players to their squad, and Lewandowski is not pleased with the lack of big-name signings.
According to AS, the former Borussia Dortmund ace has set his sights on joining Real Madrid in the future, and he would not entertain the prospect of moving to any other club.
Chelsea and Manchester United are among the top English sides said to be interested in the Pole, but any future approach is likely to go in vain.
Lewandowski only signed a new contract until 2021 in December last year, but his latest attack towards the club could see him offloaded.
The 29-year-old has notched 117 goals in 153 outings for Bayern Munich since arriving from Borussia Dortmund on a free in the summer of 2014.