Europe’s top clubs have been put on alert by Robert Lewandowski ending his ten-year association with agent Cezary Kucharski.
It has long been reported that the Polish striker is keen to move on from Bayern Munich and land one last big move of his career ahead of turning 30 in August.
After a successful career in Bavaria, in the past few weeks Lewandowski has requested the opportunity to leave in the summer as he seeks a new challenge in the Champions League and to prove himself outside of Germany.
The names of super agents such as Mino Raiola and Jorge Mendes were among those expected to take over the forward’s future but Pini Zahavi is thought to be his next agent.
Israeli 74-year-old Zahavi had been quiet in recent years having been heavily involved in the Premier League market during the mid-00s, in particular with Chelsea, but arrived back on the scene last summer as a key figure in Neymar’s move to Paris Saint-Germain.
That said, neither Les Parisiens nor Chelsea are considered to be any closer to Lewandowski as a result of this agent swap, with Real Madrid the frontrunners to sign him in the summer should they decide to make a move.