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Chelsea have joined Arsenal in the race to sign Bayern Munich star Robert Lewandowski.

The Blues have identified the Poland international as a target to strengthen the offensive department.

With Arsenal set to sign Alexandre Lacazette from Lyon, the Blues will have one less rival in the battle to sign the 28-year-old.

But it is highly unlikely for the Polish to leave the German giants this summer.

On Tuesday, agent Cezary Kucharski declared that his client is happy in Germany and has no intention to leave.

"I don't want to say anything more on this subject, because everything I say here is translated into German and every word is analysed by the media," Kucharski told Futbolfejs.pl.

"However, I've got used to always being the one to blame when it concerns Lewandowski.

"I've always said, though, and I'm still of the same opinion, that Bayern Munich are the best club for the development of his career. And my opinion hasn't changed, not today nor yesterday."

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