Real Madrid seem to have a problem with other football clubs having nice things and the Madrid side are set to be planning to lure Robert Lewandowski from Bayern Munich this summer, after Tottenham refusing to sell Harry Kane.

Will Bayern Munich let go their goal machine this easily?

Will Bayern Munich let go their goal machine?

Real Madrid’s interest in Robert Lewandowski has been known for some time, but this deal appear after the Madrid giants failed to lure Harry Kane into their welcoming bosom, with Tottenham refusing to release their golden boy. Reports from Spain suggest that Real Madrid already have a deal in place, with the polish striker having supposedly switched agents to Pini Zahavi to make this happen. Apparently, reports suggest that it only took two meetings for Lewi’s agent to convince Bayern to relinquish their man, which is something very, very strange. Why would they release their goal machine?

In England, things are getting pretty intenso to. Luke Shaw might not be the only one to leave Old Trafford after his relationship with Mourinho reached breaking point, and now there is word of a clearout on the wind. Although it seems rather impossible to happen, one those stories suggest that Juan Mata, Ander Herrera, Chris Smalling, Phil Jones, Daley Blind and Matteo Darmian are all said to be for sale, with Marouane Fellaini and Ibrahimovic’s contracts expiring anyway and Michael Carrick retiring. They will to be replaced, and there are already some rumours about their possible victims.

United are keen to pip Manchester City to Shakhtar Donetsk midfielder Fred, while Gareth Bale, Toby Alderweireld and Willian are all being eyed up. Should Alderweireld depart, Spurs might also have to cope with Real Madrid sniffing around Dele Alli, as Luka Modric has supposedly pointed the midfielder as his successor, though it may seem a tad fanciful.

Liverpool are also set be on the hunt for a goalkeeper, but it seems that are finding it a difficult task, with Read Madrid reportedly ahead of them on the race for Roma’s Allison, while their fall-back option, Bayer Leverkusen’s Bernd Leno, prefers Napoli.

West Bromwich have accepted their fate and are already planning for the Championship, with Numancia striker Guillermo to be their main target. Burnley, on their turn, mindful that Nick Pope could be in demand, are planning to double the new England call-up’s wage to £30,000-a-week.

Speaking of wages, reports over the weekend suggested that Neymar is not happy earning a mere £500,000-a-week at PSG, and wants that doubled if they are to keep him happy. Supposedly, his dissatisfaction comes from the lack of quality in the French league.