Lewandowski set for Manchester United move

21 December 2012 04:52

Robert Lewandowski is set to move to Manchester United in the summer of 2013 after the two clubs agreed a fee for the Polish striker believed to be between 12-14 million pounds.

The forward has impressed in recent years and was one of the best players during this summers European Championships and also finished top scorer and winner of the Bundesliga with Dortmund last season.

He caught the attention of Sir Alex Ferguson while playing at the Etihad against City as he spearheaded a deadly attack.

Manchester United already boast a squad filled with talented strikers and may need to offload some names before signing the Polish forward.

With Rooney, Van Persie, Hernandez  and the possibility of Lewandowski all in their ranks youngsters Federico Macheda and Danny Welbeck may find starting places hard to come by.

Is there a better choice than Lewandowski for Man utd? Should Utd's other strikers leave and where should the go?

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Source: DSG

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