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Chelsea’s interest in signing Bayern Munich striker Robert Lewandowski is thought to be genuine, but convincing the German side to part with their prize possession this summer will prove difficult.

Lewandowski is the best striker on the planet, he’s proven that both at club and international level. Harry Kane, Luis Suarez, Gonzalo Higuain, and the rest, will all be measuring themselves up against the Poland international, rather than the other way around.

The prospect of having such a talented player at Chelsea is utterly mouthwatering, but we’re realistic in acknowledging that the move is highly unlikely to actually happen.

That idea is reinforced by this latest report from Goal, which claims that Bayern are incredible reluctant to see Lewandowski walk out the door. It’s believed they’re unlikely to entertain offers below £200M, which is silly money for a player bordering on 30.

What do you think, Blues? Should we stump up the cash?

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