Manchester United are making a bid to bring in star striker Robert Lewandowski, according to The Metro.
The Red Devils have already had a successful past few days, as they have managed to reel in a couple of valuable assets for their team.
Midfielder Memphis Depay and defender Matteo Darmian have officially signed deals with Man United.
The Red Devils also added to their promising offseason with a double midfield signing of fellow former Bayern Munich star Bastian Schweinsteiger and Morgan Schneiderlin from Southampton.
Manager Louis van Gaal is keen to see Man United upgrade their scoring attack, as they have lost veteran Robin van Persie striker to Fenerbahce.
It will be much more difficult to buy Lewandowski though, as he is currently being valued at £44.7m.
Man United may have plenty of money to make this sort of bid though, as a transfer deal for Real Madrid defender Sergio Ramos may not happen.
The Polish striker shined for Bayern Munich, as he scored 17 goals in 31 appearances for the three-time defending Bundesliga champions.
Lewandowski also helped lead Borussia Dortmund to two Bundesliga titles while spending four seasons with them and scoring at least 20 goals in a season from 2011-14.