Bayern Munich are prepared to push for Borussia Dortmund striker Erling Haaland if they find themselves needing to replace Robert Lewandowski next summer.

Lewandowski remains the best striker on the planet but, having been open to leaving Bayern before the current campaign began, he is expected to be targeted by a handful of sides in 2022, with Manchester City and Paris Saint-Germain among those linked.

Should the Pole leave, Bayern would want a statement signing to replace him, and Sport Bild claim those in charge at the Allianz Arena have discussed making Haaland the heir to Lewandowski’s throne.

Bayern have not held any formal talks but have been exploring just how expensive a deal for Haaland would be.

On top of his release clause, which sits at about £65m, Bayern believe they would also have to shell out £25m in annual wages, at least another £25m to agent Mino Raiola and then another payment to Haaland’s father, Alf-Inge, on top of that.

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