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Lewandowski remaining coy over Real Madrid links

Lewandowski remaining coy over Real Madrid links

Bayern Munich striker Robert Lewandowski has remained silent over reports linking him with a summer move to Real Madrid.

Change is upon us at the Santiago Bernabeu after the club slipped 19 points behind league leaders and bitter rivals Barcelona over the weekend.

The lack of form and goals from Gareth Bale, Karim Benzema and Cristiano Ronaldo has become a big worry for club president Florentino Perez, who is reportedly now coming up with various ideas to replace the tried and trusted trident.

Bale has struggled heavily with injuries in the last 12 months, whilst Benzema and Ronaldo’s form on the pitch this season has been less than impressive, with the latter now said to be keen on a summer return to Premier League side Manchester United.

Whilst those links are still surfacing regarding Ronaldo; Madrid’s desire to sign Neymar is growing.

The former Barcelona man left the Camp Nou last summer in a sensational move to Paris Saint Germain, but many reports claim that move was a stepping stone before a assumed arrival in the Spanish capital.

Marca now believe that the former Santos forward could be joined by Hazard and Lewandowski.

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Chelsea forward Hazard is currently debating over a new contract at Stamford Bridge, whilst Polish international Lewandowski has been linked with Madrid previously.

And, reports in Marca earlier this week claimed the latter had offered himself to the club in recent days, but he has remained coy on an move to Spain.

“I know the situation really well because every year we have this speculation,” Lewandowski told reporters, as cited by ESPN.

“I have to say I’m not interested in these rumours. I don’t have anything to say on speculation nor rumours.

“I don’t have any idea if my agent has spoken to Real Madrid.”

“I’m in a good position to become Bundesliga top scorer. My target is a minimum 30 goals.”

The 29-year-old Polish striker’s current deal at the Allianz Arena is due to expire in 2021.