Man Utd happy with £400k-a-week for Lewandowski whose family members are fans

Manchester United are fine with paying Robert Lewandowski £400,000-per-week in wages and he even has fans of the club in his family.

Daily Star Sport exclusively revealed on Saturday that United are plotting to hijack Barcelona's attempts to sign Lewandowski this summer. The Polish striker is expected to leave Bayern Munich during the current transfer window after publicly admitting he is ready for a new challenge after eight years with the German giants.

The Sun now report that the Red Devils would not be put off by Lewandowski's £400,000-per-week wages if they choose to make an approach for the 33-year-old.

Lewandowski also has a number of United supporters in his family according to the report, who began following the club after spending time working in Manchester.

Chelsea have also been linked with a potential move for Lewandowski this summer as Romelu Lukaku's future hangs in the balance. The Blues have an advantage over United in that they can offer the chance to play Champions League football to Lewandowski.

United do not have this capability after missing out on a top four finish last season as they limped to sixth place in the Premier League and qualification for next season's Europa League.

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Having missed out on previous target Darwin Nunez, who is set to join Liverpool in a club record move, United remain in the market for a new centre forward.

The departure of Edinson Cavani when his contract expires at the end of the month will leave Cristiano Ronaldo as the only out-and-out striker in Erik ten Hag's squad and the Portuguese veteran will turn 38-years-old before the end of the season.

Despite having never played in England, with a proposed move to Blackburn Rovers breaking down in 2010, Lewandowski would arrive at Old Trafford with an almost impeccable goalscoring pedigree.

He has won seven Bundesliga golden boots, including in each of the last five seasons, and ended the most recent campaign with 50 goals in 46 appearances across all competitions.

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