JUST IN: A top German football magazine claims LEWANDOWSKI TO LIVERPOOL is possible

Agnibha Ghosh / 11 November 2015

Germany’s top football magazine SportBild has just claimed that Jurgen Klopp would like to be reunited with Robert Lewandowski, Klopp have the money for a deal and Liverpool can afford him.

Bild reckons Liverpool have a plan of attack on Robert Lewandowski and can afford him.

As it was earlier said by Liverpool chief  Ian Ayre that Klopp will have the final say on the transfers and he will be given the funds.

It’s no secret that Klopp developed Robert Lewandowski to the player he is now. They both share a wonderful rapport. When Jurgen Klopp joined Liverpool, Lewandowski said it will be proved hugely beneficial for Liverpool and the Liverpool youth academy will thrive under Klopp.

Just a day ago, Liverpool’s Jordon Ibe said that he want to be Klopp’s new Lewandowski.

Lewandowski  is currently the best striker in Europe, with he recently proving his Champions League mettle once again with his superb hat-trick against Dinamo Zagreb.He is a perfect number 9 with his physicality, athleticism, eye for goal, clinical finishing, minimalism, his dribbles, minimal backlift, brilliant hold-up play, shifting of the ball.On his current form, he can score from anything at the moment.Muller openly saying, you just pass the ball to Lewandowski, rest will be taken care of.In terms of goal-scoring, he is ahead of his European club competitiors.

Lewa’s current sublime form has to give some credit to Pep Guardiola’s tactics.The hard-running press in wide areas down the flank is now given by Douglas Costa on the left.Costa’s key passes and crosses in the box are the entities  on which Lewandowski thrive on.To be honest, Costa and Coman are giving freedom to Lewandowski and Muller.Lewa and Muller’s angular combination is a threat to any team.

Liverpool lost their world class striker Luis Suarez to Barcelona, since then Liverpool have struggled to score.

Can we see a Jurgen Klopp and Robert Lewandowski reunion at Anfield? Will Lewandowski leave Bayern and the eagerly waiting for all top European clubs to join Liverpool?

Well, fairytales do happen sometimes.

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