Chelsea has reportedly been given greenlight to secure the services of a 33-year-old Poland international striker in the summer, according to reports.
The 33-year-old Polish man has been surrounded with transfer speculations linking him with a move out of the Allianz Arena, with Barcelona and Chelsea known to be good admirers of the Bayern Munich striker.
Frenkie De Jong has been heavily linked with a move to Manchester United as the Red Devils’ manager, Erik ten Hag viewed him as a way to bolster his attack and this made Barcelona be seeing Pole striker, Lewandowski as a potential replacement for the Dutchman.
However, according to the Sun, Chelsea has been given a boost in their chase for the Pole striker, as it has been revealed that Barcelona can not afford to sign him due to their present financial constraint.
Chelsea will be loaning out Lukaku to his former club, Inter Milan in the summer and Lewandowski has been identified as a potential replacement by the West London club, who are preparing to improve their attack having failed to win a trophy in the last campaign.
Lewandowski featured in 35 Bundesliga games for Bayern Munich during the last season and was able to find the back of the net 34 times.