Manchester United have made contact with German champions Bayern Munich over a potential summer deal for free-scoring striker Robert Lewandowski, according to Kicker.
The report claims that the Premier League side are the only outfit to make initial steps towards a deal, despite reports suggesting both Chelsea and Real Madrid are also keen.
Lewandowski is being heavily tipped to leave Munich this summer after changing his long-term agent.
Reports have suggested that the striker is angling for a summer move to Real Madrid, a club he has dreamt of joining for some time.
The striker has missed the opportunity to join the Spanish giants in the past and now appears to be making up for lost time.
Manchester United may look to add extra firepower to their attack this summer in a bid to keep up with local rivals Manchester City.
The Polish forward will come cheaply, he is under contract in Munich until 2021 and Bayern are under no pressure to sell the player, who has netted 32 times this season.