Everyone in the media seems certain that the Koln striker Lukas Podolski is going to be Arsenal’s first acquisition of this summer’s transfer window, but it being reported today that the Gunners are also interested in signing the Borussia Dorthund hitman Robert Lewandowski.
The Polish international has had a great season for Dortmund, scoring 20 Bundesliga goals as they won the top German League for the second year in a row.
But according to the Mirror today, Lewandowski has refused to engage in new contract talks with his club this summer, preferring to leave all negotiations until after the Euro2012 tournament, which has reportedly alerted Arsenal, along with Chelsea and Man City.
Lewandowski may have more chance of winning the jackpot on a scratch card than winning the Euros with Poland, but if he can add to his 13 international goals in 40 appearances he may get even more suitors after the competition.
Do Arsenal have enough room for Lewandowski in the side if Wenger sells Chamakh, Bendtner and Vela?