Manchester United must “break the bank” to sign Bayern Munich forward Robert Lewandowski, according to Dietmar Hamann.
The former Liverpool and Bayern Munich midfielder told Sky Sports there are doubts over the Poland striker’s future , and believes he is “tailor-made” for the Premier League giants.
As quoted on the Sky Sports website, he said: “If there was an opportunity to get him out I’d break the bank for him because I think he’s the best No 9 in the world.
“The way the team plays under Guardiola I don’t think it suits him. He was tailor-made for Dortmund and I think he’s tailor-made for two or three English teams where he can play on the counter attack on big pitches where he can run in behind.”