The news of Robert Lewandowski’s possible exit from German Bundesliga giants Bayern Munich came as a shocker to almost everyone but the club’s former player Landon Donovan claims that he wasn’t surprised when he saw the news.

The Poland international striker has been a very important player for the Bavarians since sealing a controversial free transfer to the Allianz Arena from rivals Borussia Dortmund a couple of years ago and has also won every possible title available to him during his spell as a Bayern Munich player. As well as the Bundesliga title on multiple occasions, he has won the UEFA Champions League title, the Super Cup (UEFA and German), the Club World Cup, and the League Cup.

He’s also won the FIFA Club World Cup and is a winner of the UEFA’s The Best Award. He has had an illustrious career with Bayern Munich, and he has now revealed that he wishes to try out a new challenge away from Bayern Munich. A couple of weeks ago, Bayern Munich technical director was asked if there was any chance of the striker to leave the club but he said that no club in the world would want to lose a player like Lewandowski and they want him to stay at the club.

However, with the player recently stating that he wants to leave, the club have slapped a £100 million price tag on his head. The likely clubs that could try to sign him are Manchester City, Paris Saint-Germain, and Real Madrid but City are said to be interested in Tottenham’s Harry Kane instead. Benzema has also recently signed a new deal at Madrid, meaning that a move to the Spanish capital could be off the list.

PSG also recently signed Messi and may not need to sign Lewandowski and it makes it interesting to see which club he would join if he left Bayern this summer.