Real Madrid have beaten both Chelsea and Manchester United to the signing of prolific Bayern Munich striker Robert Lewandowski , according to reports in Spain.
The Poland international is wanted by all three clubs following his staggering form at Bayern since arriving at the club in 2014.
Lewandowski is now considered one of the world's most lethal strikers having scored 100 goals in just 120 Bundesliga games for Bayern.
He has three years left on his current deal but a recent change of agent intensified speculation that a summer move could be on the cards.
And now Spanish newspaper El Mundo Deportivo has claimed Lewandowski has snubbed both Chelsea and United by agreeing a 'deal in principle' to join Real Madrid .
The deal is said to be two years long, with the option of a third, for the 29-year-old.
Now it is down to Madrid to strike a deal with Bayern for the sale of the striker, who is not expected to come cheap given his standing in world football .
But it still remains unclear how much Madrid are willing to splash out on Lewandowski with a potential mega-money move for Paris Saint-Germain ace Neymar still being talked about.