Bayern Munich's Robert Lewandowski's stellar five-goal haul in nine minutes against Wolfsburg has seen the striker linked with Real Madrid and Barcelona, after being lauded by German media outlets.
The player's agent Cezary Kucharski has moved fast to ramp up interest in his client, who was dubbed by the press as a "footballing god," while speaking to Polish TV station TVN24 (h/t AS.)
Kucharski said: "I have a plan in mind for Lewandowski's future. Manchester? It always rains there. Barcelona or Madrid? They are nice places, and in Spain, there is the best atmosphere for playing football."
It seems the Polish attacker has a preference for La Liga and the weather in Spain, but Kucharski did add Munich is "a very beautiful city and a great place to live."
Lewandowski's goal haul was a wondrous effort, and Sky Sports highlighted just how special his achievement was:
The Manchester Evening News' Samuel Luckhurst moved quickly to compare the striker's efforts against one of the most famous players in the world:
Los Blancos were said to be preparing a huge £45 million deal to capture Lewandowski last month, competing with Manchester United and Arsenal for the player, as reported by Spanish outlet Fichajes.net (h/t Izzy Horsefield of the Express.)
Madrid know all about the dangerous striker, with Lewandowski scoring four against Los Blancos previously in the Champions League for Borussia Dortmund.
Bayern coach Pep Guardiola hasn't always seemed Lewandowski's biggest fan, but the striker has never let him down when included.
The player scored 17 goals in 31 Bundesliga appearances last year, per Squawka.com, and has proved himself as the best striker in Germany since his days with BVB.
Lewandowski is the perfect No. 9: He is mobile, strong and adept at running in behind the defence as an outlet for the flair players in Bayern's ranks.
The 27-year-old can finish from anywhere inside the penalty area, and he would be a hit at any of the big clubs in Europe.
Guardiola will be disappointed to hear the Poland international's agent speak about other destinations, especially as Bayern are one of the greatest clubs in the world.
However, the Bavarians lost Toni Kroos to Real in recent times, so the warmer climate and exciting world of La Liga could tempt the player into a Spanish adventure.