Lewandowski ‘would consider’ Premier League move

Manchester United have been put on alert following Robert Lewandowski’s claims that moving to a Premier League club would be ‘a great experience’, the Mirror understands.

The Borussia Dortmund striker last month denied reports that he is ready to sign a pre-contract agreement with European Champions Bayern Munich, with Chelsea, Manchester City and United waiting in the wings.

The 25 year old will line-up for Poland tomorrow night in England’s crucial World Cup qualifier, where victory will guarantee Roy Hodgson’s men’s place at next summer’s tournament in Brazil.

Meanwhile, the Premier League champions are considering a bid for Barcelona forward Alexis Sanchez, according to the Express.

The Chile international has had an impressive start to the season with four goals in six La Liga appearances, but the arrival of Brazil international Neymar has given manager Gerardo Martino a selection dilemma, meaning he may be willing to cash in on Alexis.

Elsewhere, United will battle with Everton for the services of Chesterfield’s highly rated midfielder Tendayi Darikwa, according to the Telegraph.

David Moyes himself travelled to the Highbury Stadium to watch the League Two leaders’ draw 1-1 with Fleetwood Town at the weekend, and cast an eye over the £1m-rated 21 year old.