Robert Lewandowski has itchy feet and is looking to the Premier League for a new challenge, according to recent reports.
Bayern Munich will not let a man who has scored 97 Bundesliga goals for them, in addition to 74 for Borussia Dortmund , leave cheaply.
It means only a handful of clubs are realistic options for the Poland international.
Writing in The Sun, Neil Ashto n feels Chelsea , Manchester United and Liverpool are almost certainly going to be in the frame for his signature.
"The sense of history at Old Trafford, the glamour of pulling on the famous jersey and the chance to be Jose Mourinho’s main man is alluring for any top player," he wrote, adding that Man City are also an option considering it was Pep Guardiola who signed him from Borussia Dortmund in 2014.
" Jurgen Klopp , head coach at Dortmund during Lewandowski’s four-year spell at Westfalenstadion, would have to be in the mix. Liverpool, operating without an orthodox striker, would dearly love to have him."
And on Chelsea, Ashton explained why he will be seen as an upgrade on what Chelsea currently have at their disposal.
"By leaving Olivier Giroud and Alvaro Morata on the bench for the 1-1 Champions League draw at home to Barcelona on Tuesday, Antonio Conte made it clear he thinks the pair are short on quality."
Above, talkSPORT.com looks at how Lewandowski compares to Europe's other goal scoring strikers since he joined Bayern in 2014.