EINDHOVEN, Netherlands. Apr 28 (PS) — As the Dutch press informs, scouts of PSV Eindhoven, who were present at the game with Wisla Krakow vs. Lech Poznan, are delighted with what they saw of Robert Lewandowski.
The club is apparently set for a transfer which would occur in the next window, with a of sum of 5.5 million – more than what KKS Lech Poznan is asking for the player!
Dutch media has pointed out that PSV has many rivals in the race in acquiring the Polish striker. English sides Fulham FC and Blackburn Rovers FC are interested in Lewandowski, along with and UC Sampdoria and Genoa CFC, and particularly Borussia Dortmund and Bayer Leverkusen.
The Dutch report that 5.5 million is a reasonable amount due to Lewandowski’s contract, which ends in 2012. PSV coach Fred Rutten is looking for reinforcements to attack and sees Lewandowski’s style of play fit for his tactics.
Lewandowski seems to be a leading candidate for this.
Interestingly, the Dutch press points out that Leo Beenhakker, director of Feyenoord, already tried to sign Lewandowski, but the club from Rotterdam did not have the adequate resources for the transfer.
The 21-year-old told media on Tuesday that he had already agreed with personal terms with Borussia Dortmund, but no official deal between clubs has been made.
This gives other clubs such as PSV hope in still acquiring the Pole, especially Blackburn Rovers who are considering raising their bid price to capture the Lechite.
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