Pep Guardiola will attempt to bring Robert Lewandowski with him when he arrives at Manchester City this summer, report the Daily Express.
The Polish striker has excelled under the stewardship of the 45-year old Spaniard at German giants Bayern Munich, scoring 38 goals so far this season.
With the former Barcelona coach set to arrive at the Etihad Stadium over the summer, a raft of big names have been linked with moves to Manchester as a result.
He is understood to be aiming to pair the 27-year old with Sergio Aguero next season, in what would be a formidable frontline.
The report claims a £60m move could be on the cards at the end of the campaign, with both sides still going strong in Champions League competition.
Though they avoided an awkward quarter-final meeting with Guradiola’s Bayern, the pair could soon find themselves at the Etihad on a more regular basis.