Bayern Munich forward Robert Lewandowski would reportedly pondering to make a move to the Premier League at Liverpool, but only if the team return to the UEFA Champions League.
The Polish superstar is believed to be considering his future at the German champions, with recent reports suggested that a move to Real Madrid could be on the list this summer.
According to the Daily Mail, the 27-year-old striker has spoken to the Bavarians about his contract extension, but at the same time he is open to listening to offers from the English clubs.
The report claims that Lewandowski, who scored 47 goals in 57 appearances in the Bundesliga last season, would ideally like to switch to Real Madrid, but could put pen to a paper on fresh terms with the Bundesliga giants if he does not receive any lucrative offers from elsewhere.
It is believed that the prolific striker would like to reunite with his former Dortmund manager Jurgen Klopp at Anfield.
Lewandowski has received interest from Manchester United in the past, but he reject the offer in order to remain at Allianz Arena.