Poland centre-forward Robert Lewandowski is growing increasingly unsettled at Bayern Munich and would now consider a move to the Premier League, the Daily Mail has revealed.
Arsenal and Liverpool are both reported to be interested in bringing the strong striker to England.
Also, reports from Italy have claimed that the 27-year-old wants to leave the club because he is desperate to join Real Madrid in Spain.
He was described as "the best number 9 in the world" by Bayern Munich technical director Michael Reschke at the start of the month as the German giants insist that he is not for sale.
"Lewandowski? [Karl-Heinz] Rummenigge already said that he will be at Bayern next season," Reschke told Radio Crc.
"He still has three years on his contract and he's the strongest #9 in the world.
"Higuain? He's one of the best #9s in the world but Lewandowski is the best and there would be no reason to sell him."