According to Robert Lewandowski’s agent there have been talks between the player and Real Madrid over a possible move from Bayern Munich.

The striker, who scored 30 goals last season, has three years remaining on his contract but the Spanish press have frequently linked him with a move to the club. Lewandowski and Bayern failed to agree a contract extension in April and since then Real has made approaches towards the player.
At present the player is preparing for Euro 2016 with Poland and has made no comment about his future at Bayern Munich.

Elsewhere Leicester City has confirmed that Andrej Kramaric has signed a deal with Hoffenheim on a permanent deal for an undisclosed fee. Kramaric joined Hoffenheim on a temporary basis in January but has now signed a contract that will keep him at the club until June 2020.

Kramaric has scored four goals in twenty appearances for Leicester City in all competitions after he joined them from Rijeka for £9 million in January 2015. At Hoffenheim he will be looking to fill the goal scoring gap left by Kevin Volland who has signed for rivals Bayer Leverkusen.

Kramaric’s performances in the Bundesliga were enough for him to be called up for Croatia’s provisional Euro 2016 squad.
A statement on Leicester’s official website said, “The club would like to wish Andrej every success in his future career and he departs with the best wishes of everyone at Leicester City.”

Bayern Munich has said that Mario Gotze must decide for himself if he wants to move away from the club. The player has struggled to establish himself at the club and it is thought that Liverpool is interested in signing him. However, for the time being it seems that he is set to stay at Munich as he told reporters that he is looking forward to working with Ancelotti.