Barca want prolific Pole at the Nou Camp this summer.
Barcelona have entered the scramble for Borussia Dortmund forward Robert Lewandowski, according to Spanish source Sport.es.
The Polish forward is wanted by Manchester United, Chelsea and Bayern Munich after a stunning season for the Champions League runners-up.
Dortmund have publicly stated that the 24-year-old will not be allowed to follow Mario Goetze to Bundesliga rivals Bayern, leaving United as favourites for the Poland international’s signature.
Check out this amazing video of all Lewandowski’s 29 Bundesliga goals this season:
But La Liga giants Barca are reportedly keen to land a new striker this summer, and have made Lewandowksi their top target, with Chelsea’s Fernando Torres also under consideration.
The Catalans have already landed Neymar for £50m this summer but want Lewandowksi to make up the most potent front line in the world, alongside the Brazilian sensation and Lionel Messi.
Barca are thought to admire Lewandowki’s ability to deliver in big matches, a quality best highlighted by his astonishing four-goal haul against Real Madrid in the Champions League semi-final first-leg in Germany.
Lewandowski bagged 34 goal in just 44 appearances last season, as Dortmund finished second to Bayern both domestically and in UEFA’s premier club competition.