Bayern Munich striker Robert Lewandowski is the main target of Juventus if Gonzalo Higuain leaves in the summer, according to Corriere dello Sport.
Few days ago it was reported that Higuian will leave Juventus, only two years after the Italian champion paid 90 million euros to activate his release clause from Napoli.
Neither Juventus has denied the news, stressing that “we will see what will happen” after the World Cup.
Inter Milan striker Mauro Icardi is named as the main candidate to replace Gonzalo but Corriere dello Sport now says the Polish striker is actually the main candidate.
Lewandowski will become 30 years in August and already has great experience in the Champions League and is rumored to be upset after four years at Bayern.
He is looking for new challenges and Juve may be the ideal choice for him.