Manchester City are currently playing probably their best football of the season so far, literally demolishing their opponents in the recent matchups. Their triumphs over arch-rivals Liverpool by 5-0 was followed by the bludgeoning of Premier League rivals Watford by 6-0 are indicative of the present frame of mind the Citizens are in right now, which might spell danger for the other clubs in the Premier League as well, in their forthcoming matches.
The man in charge at the Etihad Stadium, Pep Guardiola, who had a forgettable first season in the Premier League in the last term, has been looking to make it a memorable campaign for him as well as his team, to make it possible for the club to lift the coveted title once again.
He looks to be on the right path so far this season and might look to add to his strike force by bringing in one of the best strikers in Europe in the form of Robert Lewandowski from his former club Bayern Munich.
The Poland international has been nothing less than a talismanic figure for the Bavarians since his arrival from arch-rivals Borussia Dortmund in 2014, leading them to a number of accolades in domestic as well as European competitions. The striker has been one of the best in the Europe and has scored a staggering 119 goals for the reigning German Bundesliga champions so far in the 154 appearances he has made for the club.
However, the relationship between the club and the player has reportedly reached an all-time low, with the 29-year-old looking to leave as soon as possible. While it is being predicted that the player might look to ply his trade at Real Madrid next season, Manchester City is trying their best to land the mercurial forward at Etihad Stadium in the next transfer window.
The Citizens are known for their attacking style of football, especially under their new manager Pep Guardiola, who has been a big fan of the Polish Striker Lewandowski since taking charge at the Allianz Arena as their manager after leaving the Spanish giants Barcelona.
The Premier League proving to be the sternest of all the challenges so far for him, the wily Spaniard might look to the Bayern Munich ace to make it easier for him in the second half of the season with his presence for the side and might be up for a substantial bid to bring Lewandowski and add more firepower to his impressive attacking lineup.
But do they really need him?