Bayern Munich striker Robert Lewandowski has always been a prime target for Real Madrid and his boss Florentino Pérez, who has always dreamed of bringing the best galaxy stars to The Los Blancos.

But Real Madrid over-included the Polish striker on more than one occasion most notifies when Lewandowski was a player for Borussia Dortmund, and at that time Florentino Pérez put the player at the top of his interests but got away with it.

Real Madrid could have hired Lewandowski:

According to the Spanish newspaper "As", Real Madrid held talks with Robert Lewandowski and his agent Cesare Kucharski, who proposed to pay 20 million to break the deal that the Polish player owned with Bayern Munich.

This was in the 2012/13 season when Robert Lewandowski scored four goals for Real Madrid during the match between the two teams in the champions league semi-finals.

Florentino Pérez refused to sign Lewandowski for 20 million euros because he believed the move would destroy relations between Real Madrid and Bayern Munich.

In addition, Karim Benzema was at the top of his game with the Royals, which meant that Lewandowski's arrival would have opened the door to the departure of the French striker.

Since joining the Bavarian giant, Lewandowski has scored more than 40 goals per season (with the exception of his first season in which he has been introduced to his new team and scored 25 goals), and in total, he has scored 232 goals in 277 games.