Bayern plotting shock transfer involving CR7 as Lewandowski's replacement

The idea of watching Robert Lewandowski scoring one more goal for Bayern München seems far-fetched at the moment, but Bavarian fans could be in for a real treat once they find out who the Polish ace's replacement could be if he ends up leaving the club this summer.

In a recent report by As, the German side has been named as a potential landing spot for former Real Madrid player and legend Cristiano Ronaldo, who could be seeking for a way out of his deal with Manchester United. The Spanish newspaper suggests that Ronaldo is not happy with the Red Devils' transfer activity, and the arrivals of Darwin Núñez and Erling Haaland have placed their rivals one step above them in the title race.

That, and Manchester United's inactivity during the transfer window have forced CR7 to ask his agents to look for other employment opportunities. The most tempting of those came in  the past 48 hours, as Bayern would be keen to add him to their squad if Robert Lewandowski maintains his desire to leave.

Lewandowski has pushed hard for a transfer away from the Bavarian club ever since the 2021-22 season came to an end. Time has come and gone, and while Bayern execs have ignored all offers to hire their star striker, the idea of watching "Lewa" returning to Allianz Arena seems far-fetched. With that in mind, the club would be interested in hiring a suitable replacement, and there would be a few available players out there that could replace Lewandowski as well as Ronaldo can.

The Portuguese footballer is aware that his final moments as part of an elite squad are here, and with Man United's project in shambles, the striker would be willing to make one more move to give himself a chance to win one more domestic title (the Bundesliga), while also keeping his chances of winning the UEFA Champions League alive, something that will not happen this season for the Red Devils, as they will be involved in the UEFA Europa League.

Negotiations may not start until Lewandowski's future is sorted out, but it would be quite interesting to see the Portuguese ace trying to dominate German defenses just as he has done in Spain and in England.

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