The Bayern Munich striker clearly wants his countryman in Bavaria.
Bayern Munich superstar Robert Lewandowski has indicated to a Tottenham Hotspur and Manchester City transfer target that he should consider a move away from his current club, with Bayern Munich a potential destination.
Lewandowski is quoted by TMW today of stating:
"It would be great if Kamil arrived in a top team. At this level is a source of great pride. I know that from my Bayern quest. In a year I have changed a lot."
At the end of March it was reported by The Sun that Tottenham Hotspur were ready to snap up the Polish international centre-back Kamil Glik in a deal believed to be worth around £8 million. The Torino defender has impressed this season and Spurs need new centre back options after a difficult season at the back.
Vlad Chiriches, Younes Kaboul and Federico Fazio have hardly been rocks.
Manchester City were reported by Manchester Evening News to have begun tracking the player after an excellent season in Serie A.
City need a new centre-back, with Martin Demichelis ageing, Vincent Kompany's fitness in doubt and Eliaquim Mangala failing to impress.
According to reports in La Stampa the Serie A club will not do business over the Polish stalwart for any fee less than €20 million, as reported by Calcio24,- some way off the valuation that has previously been mooted.
But Lewandowski may now try and lure him to Bayern, who themselves want to solidify their back line.