Bundesliga champions are preparing for life after Pep Guardiola, but it seems they will have to brace themselves for another departure at the end of the current season.
Robert Lewandowski could follow the path of his current boss and leave Bayern Munich in the summer for a move abroad.
If speculation from Spanish media outlet As are to be believed, the Poland striker is once again the target for Real Madrid, who are ready to pay €100 million to bring Lewandowski to Santiago Bernabeu.
Los Blancos have been following the 27-year-old ever since he scored four against the Spanish giants in the 2012/13 UEFA Champions League semi-finals when Florentino Perez approached Lewandowski for a possible move to Real Madrid.
Los Blancos will have big competition in their pursuit as Manchester City are reportedly ready to engage in a tug-of-war with the Spanish giants with Pep Guardiola willing to take Lewandowski with him to the Etihad Stadium.
Bayern Munich have, however, already identified the replacement for Poland striker. The Bavarians are keen to bring Napoli striker Gonzalo Higuain in the summer.
The Argentine has been in fantastic form this season, having already scored 22 Serie A goals for Partenopei.