Robert Lewandowski emerged as an important player for Borussia Dortmund this year, with his 20 league goals helping the team retain its Bundesliga title.
Top English clubs Arsenal, Manchester City and Chelsea have been linked to the Polish striker thanks to his refusal to enter negotiations about a contract extension until after Euro 2012.
Arsenal may be out of the running already, thanks to their capture of Lukas Podolski, but the other two clubs could see Lewandowski as a good option for their team.
Chelsea may be the better club for the player, considering the age of Didier Drogba and the lack of form of Fernando Torres, but the fact that they may not be in the Champions League next year could work against them.
With Mario Balotelli likely to leave, Lewandowski could make it into the clubs ranks but would face extremely tough competition from the likes of Sergio Aguero and Edin Dzeko.
Dortmund won't let the player go easily, and considering the fact that Dortmund will be in the Champions League like both Arsenal and Manchester City, he may decide to stay. Anything can happen though.