Last Updated: Tue, 11 Jun 2013 11:06
Manchester City have apparently entered the race to sign Borussia Dortmund's unsettled striker Robert Lewandowski this summer.
The Poland international has been heavily linked with a move away from the Champions League runners-up and had hoped to make a switch to Bayern Munich, following fellow Dortmund star Mario Gotze to the Allianz Arena.
However, the move has stalled in recent weeks with Dortmund insisting they will not be forced into selling their star striker despite him entering the final year of his contract, and Lewandowski's immediate future looks uncertain.
City are now thought to have entered the race to land the £30million-rated forward and new boss Manuel Pellegrini could try and lure him to the Etihad when he is finally officially confirmed as new boss.
The future of both Carlos Tevez, who has been linked heavily with AC Milan, and Edin Dzeko have been questioned this summer, while Napoli frontman Edinson Cavani is also thought to be a top striker target amid plenty of expected summer changes.
City's local rivals Manchester United are also very keen on Lewandowski and are watching the situation closely with a view to making a summer offer for the in-demand 24-year-old.
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